Modulus add-on test utility.
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Check your provider API implementation for a Modulus add-on quickly and easily.
$ dia -h for a complete list of commands and options.
Usage: dia [options] [command] Commands: config set <key> <value> set a configuration value config get <key> get a configuration value init initialize a skeleton manifest test run all add-on tests test manifest test a manifest (run before each test) test provision [params] simulate a provision call test deprovision <id> simulate a deprovision call test planchange <id> [new_plan] simulate a plan change test sso <id> simulate single sign on authentication for the add-on with the specified ID create create an add-on Options: -h, --help output usage information -V, --version output the version number -f, --filename <path> path to manifest.json file - defaults to the current working directory -p, --plan <plan> provision the specified plan instead of "test"
Testing an add-on
Implement your add-on provider API following the instructions found in the
Modulus codex or start with the
example add-on project here.
Once your API is implemented, start your server up at the base test URL
configured in your manifest and run
$ dia test with your manifest (either from
the working directory that contains the manifest or use the
Run all tests for your add-on by running
$ dia test or test individual
endpoints (see below). Use the
-f option to specify the location of the
manifest for your add-on; otherwise, the current working directory will be used.
Note: the provided manifest will be validated for each check
Failed checks will provide a description of what is missing or incorrect. Once all checks pass, submit your add-on to Modulus.
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