Joomla CMS system tests using Codeception
This repo is meant to hold the browser based system test (codeception tests) for Joomla 4.
$ cd /var/www/html/ /var/www/html$
/var/www/html$ git clone email@example.com:joomla/joomla-cms.git Clone into 'joomla-cms' ... ...
Are you new with github? Here you can find informations about setting it up: https://help.github.com/articles/set-up-git/ If you get an error you can try git clone https://github.com/joomla/joomla-cms.git instead of git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:joomla/joomla-cms.git
Change to the directory:
/var/www/html$ cd joomla-cms /var/www/html/joomla-cms$
Make sure you are on the correct branch:
/var/www/html/joomla-cms$ git branch * staging /var/www/html/joomla-cms$ git fetch origin 4.0-dev:4.0-dev /var/www/html/joomla-cms$ git checkout 4.0-dev /var/www/html/joomla-cms$ git branch * 4.0-dev staging
/var/www/html/joomla-cms$ ls acceptance.suite.yml cli Gemfile jenkins-phpunit.xml modules RoboFile.php web.config.txt administrator codeception.yml htaccess.txt karma.conf.js package.json robots.txt.dist appveyor-phpunit.xml components images language phpunit.xml.dist scss-lint.yml build composer.json includes layouts plugins templates build.js composer.lock index.php libraries README.md tests build.xml dev installation LICENSE.txt README.txt tmp cache drone-package.json Jenkinsfile media RoboFile.dist.ini travisci-phpunit.xml
5. Optional: Have a look into composer.json for information what software you will install via composer.
/var/www/html/joomla-cms$ cat composer.json
Read more about how to install composer here.
/var/www/html/joomla-cms$ composer install Loading composer repositories with package information Installing dependencies (including require-dev) from lock file Package operations: 63 installs, 0 updates, 0 removals - Installing behat/gherkin (v4.4.5): Downloading (100%) - Installing sebastian/recursion-context (3.0.0): Downloading (100%) ... - Installing joomla/test-system (dev-master ca3879f): Cloning ca3879f603 ... Generating optimized autoload files
Now you see this repo in the folder /var/www/html/joomla-cms/libraries/vendor/joomla/test-system
If you use MySQL or PostgreSQL as database and your user has create database privileges the Database is automatically created by the Joomla installer. But the safest way is to create the database before running Joomla's web installer.
/var/www/html/joomla-cms$ mysql -u root -p mysql> create database test_joomla; Query OK, 1 row affected (0,00 sec) mysql> quit; Bye
Important are the options
- url in the section JoomlaBrowser and Helper\Acceptance,
- database name and
- database user.
- database password.
/var/www/html/joomla-cms$ cat acceptance.suite.yml class_name: AcceptanceTester modules: enabled: - Asserts - JoomlaBrowser - Helper\Acceptance config: JoomlaBrowser: url: 'http://localhost/joomla-cms/test-install' # the url that points to the joomla installation at /tests/system/joomla-cms browser: chrome window_size: 1280x1024 username: 'admin' # UserName for the Administrator password: 'admin' # Password for the Administrator database host: 'localhost' # place where the Application is Hosted #server Address database user: 'root' # MySQL Server user ID, usually root database password: 'YOURDBPASSWORD' # MySQL Server password, usually empty or root database name: 'test_joomla' # DB Name, at the Server database type: 'mysqli' # type in lowercase one of the options: MySQL\MySQLi\PDO database prefix: 'jos_' # DB Prefix for tables install sample data: 'no' # Do you want to Download the Sample Data Along with Joomla Installation, then keep it Yes sample data: 'Default English (GB) Sample Data' # Default Sample Data admin email: 'email@example.com' # email Id of the Admin language: 'English (United Kingdom)' # Language in which you want the Application to be Installed Helper\Acceptance: url: 'http://localhost/joomla-cms/test-install' # the url that points to the joomla installation at /tests/system/joomla-cms - we need it twice here MicrosoftEdgeInsiders: false # set this to true, if you are on Windows Insiders error_level: "E_ALL & ~E_STRICT & ~E_DEPRECATED"
Currently we need the configuation file twice!
/var/www/html/joomla-cms$ cp acceptance.suite.yml ./libraries/vendor/joomla/test-system/src
/var/www/html/joomla-cms$ cat RoboFile.ini ; If you want to setup your test website (document root) in a different folder, you can do that here. ; You can also set an absolute path, i.e. /path/to/my/cms/folder cmsPath = test-install ; (Linux / Mac only) If you want to set a different owner for the CMS root folder, you can set it here. localUser =
Change the username/usergroup of the files by traveling the directories recursively. This is made possible by the ‘-R’ option.
/var/www/html/joomla-cms$sudo chown -R username:usergroup /var/www/html/joomla-cms
/var/www/html/joomla-cms$ libraries/vendor/bin/robo run:tests➜ Running tests [Filesystem\DeleteDir] Deleted test-install... [Filesystem\CopyDir] Copied from ./media to test-install/media [Filesystem\CopyDir] Copied from ./nbproject to test-install/nbproject [Filesystem\CopyDir] Copied from ./images to test-install/images [Filesystem\CopyDir] Copied from ./libraries to test-install/libraries ...
Now a browser window opens and you can see the tests running in it.
If you get an error like this
/var/www/html/joomla-cms$ libraries/vendor/bin/robo run:tests ➜ Running tests [Filesystem\CopyDir] Copied from ./media to test-install/media [Filesystem\CopyDir] Copied from ./nbproject to test-install/nbproject [Filesystem\CopyDir] Copied from ./images to test-install/images [error] Failed to copy "./libraries/vendor/consolidation/robo/scenarios/symfony2/tests" because file does not exist.
you have to delete two files:
/var/www/html/joomla-cms$ rm ./libraries/vendor/consolidation/robo/scenarios/symfony2/tests /var/www/html/joomla-cms$ rm ./libraries/vendor/consolidation/robo/scenarios/symfony4/tests
The tests use Codeception Testing Framework, if you want to know more about the technology used for testing please check: Testing Joomla Extensions with Codeception.