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Quick start tests for Configuration Management Database (CMDB)

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Quick start tests for Configuration Management Database (CMDB)

Validate that Configuration Management Database (CMDB) still works after you make any configuration change such as apply an upgrade or develop an application. Copy and customize these quick start tests to pass when using your instance-specific data.

Configuration Management Database (CMDB) quick start tests require activating the Configuration Management (CMDB) plugin (com.snc.cmdb) and the CMDB - ATF Tests plugin (com.snc.cmdb.atf).

Table 1. CMDB: CI Health Dashboard test suiteTest suite to check whether CMDB CI Health Dashboard is functional at a basic level.
Test Description
CMDB: Health Job Status Checks whether any CMDB Health dashboard jobs, which were started 30 or more days ago, are still in progress.
CMDB: CMDB Health Completeness/ Recommended Checks whether the CI dashboard is functional for the recommended metric (included in the CMDB Health completeness KPI).
This test validates:
  • Creation of a health inclusion rule for the recommend metric.
  • Creation of a recommended field that satisfies the health inclusion rule.
  • Validate that the health inclusion rule is correctly applied to a test record with missing data in the recommended field.
Table 2. CMDB: Query Builder test suiteTest suite to verify CMDB Query Builder functions such as create query, read query, and execute query using two related user roles - cmdb_query_builder and cmdb_query_builder_read.
Test Description
CMDB: Query Builder - cmdb_query_builder Role Verify that cmdb_query_builder user role can save queries, and access and run all saved queries, in CMDB Query Builder.
CMDB: Query Builder - cmdb_query_builder_read Role Verify that cmdb_query_builder_read user role can access and run all saved queries, and cannot save any query, in CMDB Query Builder.
Table 3. CMDB: Relationship Editor and Formatter test suiteTest suite to verify functionality of Relationship Editor and Relationship Formatter.
Test Description
CMDB:Relationship Editor Check addition of relations to a CI and deletion of relations from a CI using itil user role.
CMDB:Relationship Formatter Check accuracy of CI information, relationship types, relationships, associated records such as change tickets, and settings such as CMDB views (relationship filters), displayed for a specific CI in relationship formatter using itil user role.
Table 4. CMDB: SDK REST API test suiteTest suite to verify functionality of CMDB SDK Rest APIs.
Test Description
CMDB: Query CMDB Metadata Test querying CMDB metadata.
CMDB: Create a relation for a CI using REST APIs Test creation of a relationship for a CI in the CMDB using the CMDB REST APIs.
CMDB: Delete a relation for a CI using REST APIs Test deletion of a relationship for a CI using CMDB REST APIs.
CMDB: Create a CI using REST API Test creation of a CI using CMDB REST APIs.
CMDB: Query CMDB using REST APIs Test querying the CMDB using CMDB REST APIs.
CMDB: Update a CI using REST APIs Test updating of a CI using CMDB REST APIs.
CMDB: Query for a CI using REST APIs Test querying a CI using CMDB REST APIs.
Test Description
CMDB: IRE Validation Validate CI identifiers and reconciliation definitions and check indexes for CI identifiers.
CMDB: Dependency Views Test functionality of Dependency Views APIs. These APIs retrieve Dependency Views map and associated map items such as context menu items, for a given CI sys_id and using itil user role.
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