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Subject [GitHub] [airflow] potiuk commented on a change in pull request #6761: [AIRFLOW-6204] Add GCP system tests helper
Date Wed, 01 Jan 2020 12:18:05 GMT
potiuk commented on a change in pull request #6761: [AIRFLOW-6204] Add GCP system tests helper

 File path: tests/gcp/operators/
 @@ -18,31 +18,35 @@
 # under the License.
 """System tests for Google Cloud Memorystore operators"""
-from tests.gcp.operators.test_cloud_memorystore_system_helper import GCPCloudMemorystoreTestHelper
+import pytest
+from airflow.gcp.example_dags.example_cloud_memorystore import BUCKET_NAME
 from tests.gcp.utils.gcp_authenticator import GCP_MEMORYSTORE  # TODO: Update it
-from tests.test_utils.gcp_system_helpers import GCP_DAG_FOLDER, provide_gcp_context, skip_gcp_system
-from tests.test_utils.system_tests_class import SystemTest
+from tests.test_utils.gcp_system_helpers import GCP_DAG_FOLDER, GcpSystemTest, provide_gcp_context
+command = GcpSystemTest.commands_registry()
+def create_bucket():
+    GcpSystemTest.create_gcs_bucket(BUCKET_NAME, location="europe-north1")
-@skip_gcp_system(GCP_MEMORYSTORE, require_local_executor=True)
-class CloudBuildExampleDagsSystemTest(SystemTest):
-    """
-    System tests for Google Cloud Memorystore operators
+def delete_bucket():
+    GcpSystemTest.delete_gcs_bucket(BUCKET_NAME)
-    It use a real service.
-    """
-    helper = GCPCloudMemorystoreTestHelper()
-    @provide_gcp_context(GCP_MEMORYSTORE)
-    def setUp(self):
-        super().setUp()
-        self.helper.create_bucket()
+def helper():
+    create_bucket()
+    yield
+    delete_bucket()
-    @provide_gcp_context(GCP_MEMORYSTORE)
-    def test_run_example_dag(self):
-        self.run_dag('gcp_cloud_memorystore', GCP_DAG_FOLDER)
-    @provide_gcp_context(GCP_MEMORYSTORE)
-    def tearDown(self):
-        self.helper.delete_bucket()
-        super().tearDown()
+def test_run_example_dag():
 Review comment:
   Here is the thread where community voted on pytest - with few "Huge +1"s, "Big +1"s , "Awesomes",
"Fantastic", "Love pytest", "Can't waits" and not a single negative reaction...

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