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ECS CDC-M (V1.0) DRIVER
It is also possible to add more checks Assertion on the processed result value from the Consumer. Of course, we can add more scenarios and interactions.
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We can also define more pacts for many producers. I think we can proceed in two ways, go straight and build the client because we already have a test or improve the definition of our client creating a unit test and working ECS CDC-M (V1.0) it in pure TDD style. I also like to define a ECS CDC-M (V1.0) with all necessary dependencies to easily build test cases: String, implicit val actorSystem: ActorSystem, implicit val materializer: ActorMaterializer, implicit val executionContext: ExecutionContextExecutor, implicit val requestExecutor: String Relatively easy implementation. I have used implicit declaration dependencies, but feel free to make them explicit to improve the code readability. ActorSystem implicit def materializer: ActorMaterializer implicit def executionContext: ExecutionContextExecutor implicit def requestExecutor: Feel free to add more tests and refactor the client in order to adjust the structure at your pleasure you can find a few more tests here.
We can also try to execute the Pact test MyLibraryClientPactSpec but it is going to fail because it is supposed to execute a real HTTP call, scala-pact framework will start a real HTTP server which accepts and respondes to requests as described in ECS CDC-M (V1.0) pact. We should be finally ok to execute the pact test!
If you are lucky, you should get an output like this: PoolManager - Shutting down connection pool: The one generated should be like this: Hopefully, so far so good. You can add more logic, more clients, more contracts, more services, etc.
The project in the Git repo contains also a small service with the business logic, the challanging task of counting the categories. Here is the ECS CDC-M (V1.0) I have used Google ECS CDC-M (V1.0) in past and it seems quite good. Producer Implementation Once we have defined our consumer with its contract we can move to the producer and implement it using the contratract generated from the consumer.
As always, we start from the tests. The server implementation is usually much bigger than a client, so I think it is better to start from the unit test, and once we have a fully working application, we can create the test to verify the pact or contract. Also, I always suggest an incremental approach even for small projectECS CDC-M (V1.0) in this case we can just build a server which expose a single api and returns a static list of two categories as defined in the Pact file and then add configuration support, DB support, migration support and so on.
Here we go, the unit test for our API: Materializer implicit val executionContext: If we execute the test again we should get a green line now. Again, add more test in order to cover every case. Before that, to ECS CDC-M (V1.0) if our service respects the consumer contract, we have to complete the base serve implementation defining the Akka HTTP app: It extends the trait scala. ECS CDC-M (V1.0)
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App which provide the main method, so you can execute this class and it will start an http server that provides the defined routes. So, as per the Consumer test, scala-pact expects to do a real HTTP call, so we need to setup the application in order to handle this call. We can do it in many ways, I have choosen the safe and easy solution for me, which is to start the server as will be done in production, calling the main method of MyLibraryAppServer before to execute the test, and of course shutting down it afterward. If the application is easy we can use this approach, if it is not, we may implement a specific ECS CDC-M (V1.0) runner for this kind of tests, but I suggest to be as much as possible similar to the production case.
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