Using CLI to Run Continuous Integration
The primary objective of continuous integration is to promptly identify and address potential issues by frequently integrating code and testing the operational status following code changes. You can seamlessly integrate Apidog CLI into your continuous integration workflow, enabling you to conveniently execute test scenarios configured within Apidog.
The automated testing files for continuous integration in Apidog support data exports in formats such as
Install Apidog CLI
Before installing the CLI, make sure that the Node.js version number is >= v10. For detailed command-line option explanations, please view 《Apidog CLI》 Run the following command in a terminal to install the Apidog CLI.
sudo npm install -g apidog-cli
Creating New Continuous Integration
In the test scenario, click on the "Continuous Integration" tab and tap the "New" button in the upper-right corner.
Specify the runtime environment, choose whether to use test data, set the iteration count, define the required interval pause time, and other configuration options. After that, click the "Save" button.
Run Continous Integration
Run Online Data in Real Time
After the continuous integration configuration is saved, a series of executable command lines will be automatically generated on the page.
apidog run http://xxx/api/v1/api-test/ci-config/xxxx/detail?token=xxxx -r html,cli
If the environment variable is referenced in the test step, the remote value preset in the variable will be used directly when exporting the file.
Run After Exporting Data
If you want to run this test scenario through the Apidog CLI in the local environment, you need to "export" the Json file in the current test scenario first, and then run the file through the Apidog CLI tool.
examples/sample.Apidog-cli.json in the following command with your path to save the file, and then run it in the terminal.
Apidog run examples/sample.Apidog-cli.json -r cli,html
If environment variables are referenced within test steps, the exported file will directly utilize the locally preset values within those variables.