Open Metadata Conformance Suite Design
The open metadata conformance suite provides a testing framework to help the developers integrate a specific technology into the open metadata ecosystem.
The initial focus of the conformance suite is on the behavior of an open metadata repository. Future test suites will cover other APIs and event types as well demonstrate the ability to handle various workloads and also a performance benchmark test.
Information on how to run the open metadata conformance suite is located in the docs section.
The implementation of the open metadata conformance suite is typical of an ODPi Egeria capability. It has four modules:
open-metadata-conformance-suite-api - common components used in both the client and the server. This includes the beans passed in the REST API and exceptions.
open-metadata-conformance-suite-client - implementation of a client to retrieve the test case results from the open metadata conformance suite server.
open-metadata-conformance-suite-server - implementation of the test framework, workbenches and test cases used to validate the behavior of the technology under test. The tests run automatically in the server based on the server’s configuration. The server also provides a REST API to retrieve the results. This REST API is called by the client.
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