Bonita Test Toolkit
Learn how to write and execute integration tests for your Bonita processes to improve the quality and the durability of your developments using the Bonita Test Toolkit.
Developer skills are required to follow this documentation and, generally, to write process integration tests.
Integrations tests are built upon the Bonita Test Toolkit, based on the open-source Bonita Java Client.
In the world of development, writing tests is not an option. It is the best way to ensure that a product fulfills its requirements and that existing features won’t be broken by future developments.
This applies to Bonita processes. For each process, an integration test should be written, to validate that the process executes correctly depending on the inputs, that after each task the platform is in the expected state, and so on.
The Bonita Test Toolkit offers the possibility to write such tests. It performs HTTP calls on the targeted Bonita platform to start and execute cases, and make assertions at any time on the state of the platform, the content of the data…
It is a Java library and can be integrated with many existing test frameworks like JUnit 5, Spock, Cucumber…etc.
The Bonita Test Toolkit should only target non-production runtime.
Supported runtime version
Only the subscription runtime versions are supported.
Multi-tenancy is not supported.
|Bonita Test Toolkit||Runtime|
2021.1* (Java 11 only), 2021.2*, 2022.1, 2022.2, 2031.1
* There are known limitations with those runtime versions:
Sending signals is not supported
Reading archived tasks or processes variables is not supported
Timer execution can take more than 30 seconds
A Bonita test project is a stand-alone project than can either:
Be included in a Bonita project (e.g.: in a
testssubfolder) and use the same git repository and versionning for your processes and their tests.
Developed in a dedicated project and git repository.
We recommend the first option but you’re free to choose what is best for you.