In this point we show execution examples of the kinds of tests that our system has. In general, the "How does it works" section already shows the operation of each plugin, so here we will focus on how to produce a valid test. In short, since the configuration files are correctly written, the test will be executes successfully.


To exemplify the test operation we will consider the following directory structure:

└── test
    ├── plugins/
    ├── main.py
    └── fixtures
        ├── configs
        │   └── config-file.yaml
        ├── schemas
        │   └── policy-schema.json
        ├── valid-policy.yaml
        ├── invalid-policy.yaml
        └── not-yaml-policy.yaml

Now, with the config file hapi/test/fixtures/configs/config-file.yaml it is valid to say that all file references in config-file.yaml is a relative path. In other words: How the config-file.yaml is in hapi/test/fixtures/configs/, then the paths specified by this file, must be considering the base directory is the same as the config. Thus, our parametrization file is:

schema: ../schemas/policy-schema.json
  - ../valid-policy.yaml
  - ../invalid-policy.yaml
  - ../not-yaml-policy.yaml

To execute this plugin, type:

foo@bar:~/hapi/test$ python3 main.py -cyral_yaml fixtures/configs/config-file.yaml

To improve the processing of the test results, the output after the execution is given in YAML format. In this way the output has a good legibility for persons and machines.