An environment definition is a Bash-script consisting of exported variables defining the various properties of a test-target.
The environment definition describes where to run, specifically by
defining the variables needed for accessing your test-target via SSH.
Have a look at the reference environment (
remote.sh) provided with
cijoe either in your installation at
$CIJ_ENVS/remote.sh or in the
This is all that you need to provide in the environment definition for cijoe itself. However, each cijoe package provide one or more reference environment definition(s). These serve, as the name suggest, as a reference for the exported variables that a given cijoe package needs. Consult these for setting up your environment for the functionality provided by a specific package.
As an example, we create an environment definition for the test-target
box01 with a login-account accessible with the username
easily distingush different environment definitions then we name
#!/usr/bin/env bash # Adjust the lines below to suit your environment export SSH_HOST=box01 export SSH_USER=odus
Adjust this to match your development environment, that is, the hostname of your test-target box and the username of your account on that system. In case you missed it, then ensure that you have Secure SHell (SSH) Setup appropriatly.
In case your dev box and test-target are one and the same machine, then you can either setup your SSH configuration to access localhost, or you can use configure cijoe to not use SSH for command-transport.
An example of the latter is provided with cijoe in the
file, it looks like this:
#!/usr/bin/env bash # # This defines the transport to use for "cij.cmd" # # Here we are telling that commands will be run locally, that is, we will be running commands on # the same machine which is invoking e.g. cij_runner. The default is to not do anything unless: # # * CIJ_TARGET_TRANSPORT, is set to "local" # * SSH_HOST, is set # # This is to avoid running destructive tests on your *dev box* # export CIJ_TARGET_TRANSPORT="local"