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From justinleet <>
Subject [GitHub] metron pull request #612: METRON-962: Configuration Based Unit Tests and Add...
Date Wed, 07 Jun 2017 03:10:17 GMT
GitHub user justinleet opened a pull request:

    METRON-962: Configuration Based Unit Tests and Add integration tests

    ## Contributor Comments
    Admittedly, this mixes a couple things together.  I originally intended to get rid of
JUnit3 code, and ended up having to untangle the config based testing.  This dovetails with  It can be separated if desired (it's primarily
just changing imports).
    The primary change is to rip out a ton of stuff around the configuration testing that
seemed entirely pointless.  It hasn't run in forever anyway, so cutting it down and leaving
just straightforward unit tests seemed much more reasonable.
    METRON-962 technically isn't probably quite complete, because I didn't add any integration
tests or anything to this, but I'd rather split that into a separate JIRA and just consider
this one "getting the integration tests working".  If we want to do that, I can adjust ticket
name (or we can leave it as-is).
    The GrokAsaParserTest works now, but required changes to the parser.  One is to point
to the correct resource location, and the other is to refer to the specific cisco tag element.
 I think this is valid and I'm honestly pretty sure it didn't work before on the basis of
the resource location.  If someone can prove me wrong, I'm inclined to revert the parser and
just leave the test `@Ignore`.  Does anything even use this parser? Could we just outright
delete it?
    `BasicFireEyeParser` has a `System.out.println` commented out.  I'd delete it, but everything
else is commented in that file, so I just commented it out.
    There is some minor duplication in some of the `@Test` methods, but I'm not sure we care
to refactor it much more than this. appears to have deleted the test files, but I
don't know if there was any actual intent.  I assume they just got lost in the shuffle.  They
are restored and slightly renamed.
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You can merge this pull request into a Git repository by running:

    $ git pull test_refactor

Alternatively you can review and apply these changes as the patch at:

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    This closes #612
commit d6a00299672c3a6a749a8b725feb08270c31489f
Author: justinjleet <>
Date:   2017-05-13T11:52:12Z


commit 5a0258343078c3798cc116a1a9f71988a9ae492d
Author: justinjleet <>
Date:   2017-05-13T11:52:46Z

    rest of stuff

commit 96290dd12f00d46cb347f7c6086098e7a9ca887d
Author: justinjleet <>
Date:   2017-06-07T02:49:55Z

    Formatting plus getting GrokAsaParser working

commit cc3679eb3ddaf8c95ca792256fc5ba0c16e79953
Author: justinjleet <>
Date:   2017-06-07T02:53:29Z

    Merge branch 'master' into test_refactor

commit 66d8f2800da058ee4cabf7c86da90a5bb3fc1734
Author: justinjleet <>
Date:   2017-06-07T03:01:59Z

    adjusting license back


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