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From nicolaferraro <>
Subject [GitHub] camel pull request #1036: CAMEL-10052: Spring-boot integration tests
Date Wed, 15 Jun 2016 12:48:01 GMT
GitHub user nicolaferraro opened a pull request:

    CAMEL-10052: Spring-boot integration tests

    I created an integration test module that checks the compatibility of every component
with spring-boot. For each component, it assembles a spring-boot jar and start checking the
component. I've collected some small issues by running all tests with the current modules
(I'll open Jiras).
    This is an excerpt fro the provided readme:
    The camel-itest-spring-boot module provides an integration testing framework for camel
components, to check their compatibility with spring-boot.
    Each test-case defined in `src/test/java/org/apache/camel/itest/springboot` executes the
following steps:
    - Creates a spring-boot jar by putting the spring-boot loader, test classes and some utility
classes in the main jar,
    and all other libraries (including the camel component under test) as nested jars;
    - Launches a new JVM with the spring-boot jar in the classpath, then starts the spring-boot
    - Executes a list of predefined checks in the spring-boot environment to verify that the
component has been created correctly:
    checks that the camel context has been created, that the camel components can be activated
(including data format and languages).
    **Additional options**
    Test options can be changed from the `src/test/resources/`
    Some useful options include:
    - **includeTestDependencies (default=false)**: when this option is enabled,
    the integration test will locate the module `pom.xml` file and include in the spring-boot
jar also the test-scoped dependencies of the module.
      The inclusion of other libraries often activates some hidden behaviour of spring-boot.
      *Note: logging libraries (eg. `log4j`) included in test scope are ignored, to prevent
conflict with spring-boot logging system.*
    - **unitTestEnabled (default=false)**: when this option is enabled,
    the integration test will locate the test-classes of the module and run the unit tests
after the execution of the usual checks.
      *Note: a full build of each component is required prior to running the unit tests. Test
dependencies are implicitly included.*

You can merge this pull request into a Git repository by running:

    $ git pull CAMEL-10052

Alternatively you can review and apply these changes as the patch at:

To close this pull request, make a commit to your master/trunk branch
with (at least) the following in the commit message:

    This closes #1036
commit 4bad78bc9f6679cd86315f915668cd948e755797
Author: Nicola Ferraro <>
Date:   2016-06-15T12:43:03Z

    CAMEL-10052: Spring-boot integration tests


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