Citrus is a test framework written in Java that is able to create
fully automated end-to-end use case tests for enterprise SOA
applications. Citrus simulates surrounding interface partners
supporting a huge set of different transports and protocols like
Http, JMS, TCP/IP, FTP, SOAP, XML and JSON.
Visit our official website at 'http://www.citrusframework.org' for more information and a detailed documentation.
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Citrus Integration Testing
Welcome to Citrus
Citrus is a test framework written in Java that is able to create fully automated end-to-end use case tests for enterprise SOA applications. Citrus simulates surrounding interface partners supporting a huge set of different transports and protocols like Http, JMS, TCP/IP, FTP, SOAP, XML and JSON.
Visit our official website at 'https://citrusframework.org' for more information and a detailed documentation.
You need following software on your machine in order to use the Citrus framework:
Java 8 or higher Installed JDK plus JAVA_HOME environment variable set up and pointing to your Java installation directory
Java IDE (optional) A Java IDE will help you to manage your Citrus project (e.g. creating and executing test cases). You can use the Java IDE that you like best like Eclipse or IntelliJ IDEA.
Maven 3.0.x or higher (optional) Citrus projects will fit best with Maven (https://maven.apache.org). However it is not required to use Maven. You can also run tests using ANT (https://ant.apache.org/) for instance.
Download the latest Citrus release archive
Extract the archive into an appropriate location on your local storage
Use the ANT tutorial in our tutorials section to find out how to run tests using ANT.
Read the Maven tutorial to find out how to integrate the Citrus tests into the Maven build lifecycle
Each release comes with a complete reference documentation. At the beginning of the reference you will find a section about the changes and notes for this release. For detailed description of changed packages and classes do also consult the provided javadoc.
Citrus's source repository is hosted on github.com. You can clone the repository with git://github.com/citrusframework/citrus.git as URL
Find our blog and more interesting articles around Citrus on https://labs.consol.de and checkout the various post categories for selecting a specific topic.
https://citrusframework.org offers tutorials and more information about Citrus framework.
Our sample section is still growing. Nevertheless you can find a sample project called 'FlightBookingService' in our distribution. To build and run the sample applications go to the 'samples' directory and run 'build.xml' script with ANT (ant -p).
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Just in case you need professional support for Citrus have a look at 'https://citrusframework.org/docs/consulting/'. Contact email@example.com directly for any request or questions (or use the contact form at 'https://www.consol.com/contact/')
Please report any bugs and/or feature requests directly to https://github.com/citrusframework/citrus/issues
*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the Citrus README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.