4 Replies Latest reply on Jun 5, 2013 6:50 AM by Tadayoshi Sato

    Test runner (SwitchYardRunner) always validates the SY config model under test

    Tadayoshi Sato Novice



      I noticed that currently there is no way of forcing SwitchYardRunner to eschew the validation of the config model specified in @SwitchYardTestCaseConfig annotation, in contrast to the switchyard-plugin (configure Mojo) which has the <validate> option to turn it off. I'm aware that it may be a workaround for that to use SwitchYardTestKit in the test methods and load the model with disabling validation programmatically, however I don't feel it's always handy.


      This seeming lack of feature prohibits me from leveraging the following use case for SY test: I have a switchyard.xml, a part of which looks like below (note that the order of the options for File binding is relaxed and doesn't strictly comply with the XML Schema):


              <sca:reference name="routerToFile" promote="FirstServiceESB/FileRouterListener" multiplicity="1..1">


      I am sure this configuration can be build, deployed, and even run successfully on the SY server if the configure Mojo is set up as follows:




      However, I only cannot make SY test cases for the configuration due to the constraints explained above, and get the following errors:


      java.lang.RuntimeException: Model [org.switchyard.config.model.switchyard.v1.V1SwitchYardModel] is invalid: cvc-complex-type.2.4.a: Invalid content was found starting with element 'file:autoCreate'. One of '{"urn:switchyard-component-    camel-file:config:1.0":flatten, "urn:switchyard-component-camel-file:config:1.0":charset, "urn:switchyard-component-camel-file:config:1.0":consume, "urn:switchyard-component-camel-file:config:1.0":produce}' is expected.


      For your reference, I'm attaching the sample project.


      Is that by design?  Or can it be a valid feature request?  If it can be a feature request, I'll file a JIRA for it, and am also ready to contribute a patch


      Please let me know your thoughts on this issue.


      Thank you,