With this module developer is able to run tests in easier way. With simple command "test" you are able to run single test, test class or all tests for a module. It support controllers testing!
Run one test
python odoo-bin test --test-name=test_odoo_tests_example_login
Print report and save it
python odoo-bin test --test-name=test_odoo_tests_example_report_download --test-download=/home/odoo/odoo-atingo
Run all tests from test class
python odoo-bin test --test-class=TestOdooTestsExample
Run all tests from module
python odoo-bin test --test-module=odoo_tests
Run all tests from modules
python odoo-bin test --test-modules=odoo_tests,web
Run all tests from modules and dependent modules
python odoo-bin test --test-modules=odoo_tests,web --with-depends
In examples above default configuration file has db_name=v14_atingo. User can select target db as in example below:
python odoo-bin test --database=v14_odoo_vanilla --test-name=test_odoo_tests_example_login
This module must be imported from default path. It won't work with selected custom configuration file
python odoo-bin test --config=/home/tkarpinski/odoo_14/conf/odoo.conf
Configuration file with path to custom addons should be coming from default path. If this is not possible, add this module to odoo/addons directly
Before you start working with this module apply suggestions above. This module is using additional python modules, you can install them from requirements.txt
odoo_tests module checks selected tests. If test inherits HttpCase a new odoo instance with shared cursor will be started. Thanks to it user can test controllers. You can find example in tests/test_odoo_tests_example.py. In this example a new user is created and logs in
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