Tutorial 5: Test chaining¶
This section will show you how to chain test scripts.
Test script can execute other inline scripts.
This is very useful when some test depends on other test which already exists and works. It would be redundant to write same test twice.
Our example shows two scripts: create_group.jedi, assign_member.jedi. The first script creates group. The second script assigns member to group. Before you can assign member to group, the group must exist.
As a pre-requirement the group is created first (using method exec_test) and then the member is assigned. Notice the usage of variable gid (group identifier) which is created in first script and is automatically visible in second script.
Test-Scenario-1: id: ts_01 path: create_group.jedi Test-Case-1: id: tc_01 Test-Condition-1: id: tco_01 test: | gid = create_group() this.test_result = gid validate: | assert (this.test_result > 0)Test-Scenario-1: id: ts_01 path: assign_member.jedi pre-req: | self.exec_test('create_group.jedi') Test-Case-1: id: tc_01 Test-Condition-1: id: tco_01 test: | member = gen_id() result = assign_member(gid, member) this.test_result = result validate: | assert (this.test_result == True)