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Bitbucket – Using APIF-Auto

APIF-Auto, a command line tool that supports automated API Fortress test execution is an ideal tool for executing API Fortress tests in a Bitbucket workflow.   

The pipeline script below serves as a template for creating a stage in your Bitbucket Pipeline for testing your APIs with API Fortress. If you’d like to take a look at the documentation for APIF-Auto, click here.

It’s important to note that this is an 
example of a Bitbucket Pipeline. Experienced users are free to configure their workflow as best suits their needs.

image: python:3.7.3

- step:
- pip
script: # Modify the commands below to build your repository.
- pip install -r apif-auto-master/requirements.txt
- python apif-auto-master/apif-run.py run-all security -S -f junit -o test-results/junit.xml

First it’s worth mentioning that in this example we have the APIF-Auto files in our Bitbucket repository. Let’s break down what’s happening in the script above:

  • First, we are defining the Docker image for python. We will need this to execute the APIF-Auto python scripts.
  • Next, we are setting up the Bitbucket pipeline steps. We are cacheing “pip” so we don’t need to load it every build.
  • In the “script” section we can see a couple of commands being executed:
    • First is the installing the “requirements.txt” using pip, this will install all the packages defined in the file that are needed to run APIF-Auto.
    • Next we are executing the APIF-Auto tool for running tests. In this example we are executing all tests within the project “security” and outputting the results in JUnit to a folder in the repository named “test-results”, this is one of the acceptable folder names that Bitbucket will automatically parse for test reports.
    • It is worth mentioning that Bitbucket will automatically parse the “.xml” to display the results in your pipeline.
Here is an example output:

By using the above workflow, we have a modular method of running API Fortress tests in authenticated mode in our Bitbucket pipeline.