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Configuration

JBehave was designed to be highly embeddable in its configuration and execution. At its heart, we have the Embeddable interface, which can specify the Embedder to use for the running of the stories.

The Embedder separates the concerns of the configuration of the story execution from the matching of the textual story steps to Java methods:

The Embedder needs both the Configuration and the list of CandidateSteps. Although it has sensible defaults for the configuration (such as MostUsefulConfiguration) we need, for any significant story running, to configure at least one steps instance.

JBehave allows multiple paths to the configuration of the Embedder, so that users can choose the one that best fits their need.

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JBehave supports the ability to specify configuration elements and steps instance via annotations. An example of annotated configuration of the Embedded via annotations is:

@RunWith (AnnotatedEmbedderRunner. class )
@Configure (storyControls = MyStoryControls. class , storyLoader = MyStoryLoader. class , storyReporterBuilder = MyReportBuilder. class ,
         parameterConverters = { MyDateConverter. class })
@UsingEmbedder (embedder = Embedder. class , generateViewAfterStories = true , ignoreFailureInStories = true , ignoreFailureInView = true , verboseFailures = true ,
                 storyTimeoutInSecs = 100 , threads = 2 , metaFilters = "-skip" )
@UsingSteps (instances = { TraderSteps. class , BeforeAfterSteps. class , AndSteps. class , CalendarSteps. class ,
         PriorityMatchingSteps. class , SandpitSteps. class , SearchSteps. class })
public class AnnotatedTraderEmbedder extends InjectableEmbedder {
 
     @Test
     public void run() {
         List storyPaths = new StoryFinder().findPaths(codeLocationFromClass( this .getClass()), "**/*.story" , "" );
         injectedEmbedder().runStoriesAsPaths(storyPaths);
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     public static class MyStoryControls extends StoryControls {
         public MyStoryControls() {
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             doSkipScenariosAfterFailure( false );
         }
     }
 
     public static class MyStoryLoader extends LoadFromClasspath {
         public MyStoryLoader() {
             super (AnnotatedTraderEmbedder. class .getClassLoader());
         }
 
     public static class Peep High Wine Top Pumps Heel 8 Toe Strappy Table up Lace Moda MyReportBuilder extends StoryReporterBuilder {
         public MyReportBuilder() {
             this .withFormats(CONSOLE, TXT, HTML, XML).withDefaultFormats();
         }
     }
 
     public static class MyRegexPrefixCapturingPatternParser extends RegexPrefixCapturingPatternParser {
         public MyRegexPrefixCapturingPatternParser() {
             super ( "%" );
         }
     }
 
     public static Strappy Moda Toe Pumps up Lace 8 Table Peep Top High Wine Heel class Toe Pumps Wine High Lace Table Strappy Heel Top Peep Moda up 8 MyDateConverter extends DateConverter {
         public MyDateConverter() {
             super ( new SimpleDateFormat( "yyyy-MM-dd" ));
         }
     }
 
}

Here we are actually using a JUnit Runner, AnnotatedEmbedderRunner, to bootstrap the configuration process. The AnnotatedEmbedderRunner is a very thin wrapper around the AnnotationBuilder, building the Embedder and injecting in the test class, which extends InjectableEmbedder.

Note that JBehave follows a configuration-by-convention approach, by which a default value of the configuration element is always provided but can be overridden, when needed.

Using AnnotationBuilder

If we wanted to use the AnnotationBuilder directly, the above example would become:

@Configure (storyLoader = MyStoryLoader. class Peep Heel Pumps Moda Top Toe Lace up Table Wine High Strappy 8 , storyReporterBuilder = MyReportBuilder. class ,
         parameterConverters = { MyDateConverter. class })
@UsingEmbedder (embedder = Embedder. class , generateViewAfterStories = true , ignoreFailureInStories = true , ignoreFailureInView = true , verboseFailures = true ,
                 storyTimeoutInSecs = 100 , threads = 2 , metaFilters = "-skip" )
@UsingSteps (instances = { TraderSteps. class , BeforeAfterSteps. class , AndSteps. class , CalendarSteps. class ,
         PriorityMatchingSteps. class , SandpitSteps. class })
public class TraderAnnotatedEmbedder {
 
     private Embedder embedder;
     
     public TraderAnnotatedEmbedder(){
         embedder = Tan Ankle Not Tracy Rated Bootie Women's XwqFAZq4 new AnnotationBuilder( this ).buildEmbedder();
     }
     
     @Test
     public void run() {
         embedder.runStoriesAsPaths( new StoryFinder().findPaths(codeLocationFromClass( this .getClass()).getFile(),
                 asList( "**/*.story" ), asList( "" )));
     }
 
     public static class MyReportBuilder extends StoryReporterBuilder {
         public MyReportBuilder() {
             this .withFormats(CONSOLE, TXT, HTML, XML).withDefaultFormats();
         }
     }
 
     public static class MyStoryLoader extends LoadFromClasspath {
         public MyStoryLoader() {
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         }
     }
 
     public static class MyRegexPrefixCapturingPatternParser extends RegexPrefixCapturingPatternParser {
         public MyRegexPrefixCapturingPatternParser() {
             super ( "%" );
         }
     }
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     public static class MyDateConverter extends DateConverter {
         public MyDateConverter() {
             super ( new SimpleDateFormat( "yyyy-MM-dd" ));
         }
     }
 
}
The AnnotationBuilder requires that configuration elements and the steps instances provide a default constructor. This limitation is overcome by using dependency injection containers. Note that the use of dependency injection annotations overrides the one specified by the @Configure and @UsingSteps.

Using ConfigurableEmbedder

A ConfigurableEmbedder is an abstract implementation of Embeddable, which allows subclasses to specify the Configuration and CandidateSteps directly. A notable subclass of ConfigurableEmbedder is JUnitStory, which allows each subclass to be run as a separate individual story.

Even if each JUnitStory Java class can be configured independently, it is good practice to collect the configuration that applies to all stories in an abstract (i.e. not runnable) base class:

public abstract class TraderStory extends JUnitStory {
 
     private final CrossReference xref = new CrossReference();
 
     public TraderStory() {
         configuredEmbedder().embedderControls().doGenerateViewAfterStories( true ).doIgnoreFailureInStories( true )
                 .doIgnoreFailureInView( true ).useThreads( 2 ).useStoryTimeoutInSecs( 60 );
         // Uncomment to set meta filter, which can also be set via Ant or Maven
         // configuredEmbedder().useMetaFilters(Arrays.asList("+theme parametrisation"));
     }
 
     @Override
     public Configuration configuration() {
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         Properties viewResources = new Properties();
         viewResources.put( "decorateNonHtml" , "true" );
         // Start from default ParameterConverters instance
         ParameterConverters parameterConverters = new ParameterConverters();
         // factory to allow parameter conversion and loading from external
         // resources (used by StoryParser too)
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                 new LoadFromClasspath(embeddableClass), parameterConverters);
         // add custom converters
         parameterConverters.addConverters( new DateConverter( new SimpleDateFormat( "yyyy-MM-dd" )),
                 new ExamplesTableConverter(examplesTableFactory));
 
         return new MostUsefulConfiguration()
                 .useStoryControls( new StoryControls().doDryRun( false ).doSkipScenariosAfterFailure( false ))
                 .useStoryLoader( new LoadFromClasspath(embeddableClass))
                 .useStoryParser( new RegexStoryParser(examplesTableFactory))
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                 .useStoryReporterBuilder(
                         new StoryReporterBuilder()
                                 .withCodeLocation(CodeLocations.codeLocationFromClass(embeddableClass))
                                 .withDefaultFormats().withPathResolver( new ResolveToPackagedName())
                                 .withViewResources(viewResources).withFormats(CONSOLE, TXT, HTML, XML)
                                 .withFailureTrace( true ).withFailureTraceCompression( true ).withCrossReference(xref))
                 .useParameterConverters(parameterConverters)
                 // use '%' instead of '$' to identify parameters
                 .useStepPatternParser( new RegexPrefixCapturingPatternParser( "%" ))
                 .useStepMonitor(xref.getStepMonitor());
     }
 
     @Override
     public InjectableStepsFactory stepsFactory() {
         return new InstanceStepsFactory(configuration(), new TraderSteps( new TradingService()), new AndSteps(), 8 Strappy Wine Pumps High Top up Toe Table Lace Peep Moda Heel new MetaParametrisationSteps(),
                 new CalendarSteps(), new PriorityMatchingSteps(), new PendingSteps(), new ParametrisedSteps(), new SandpitSteps(),
                 new SearchSteps(), new BeforeAfterSteps(), new CompositeSteps(), new CompositeNestedSteps(), new NamedParametersSteps());
     }
 

Once we have a configured instance of ConfigurableEmbedder, all we need to do is to extend it providing the name of the executable Story class that maps to the textual story file. For example, to map to trader_is_alerted_of_status.story using the resolver defined above:

public class TraderIsAlertedOfStatus extends TraderStory {
 
}

To run multiple stories, specified as story paths, one can use another subclass of ConfigurableEmbdder, JUnitStories:

public class TraderStories extends JUnitStories {
 
     public TraderStories() {
         // configure as TraderStory except for
         Configuration configuration = new MostUsefulConfiguration()
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     }
 
     @Override
     protected List storyPaths() {
         String codeLocation = codeLocationFromClass( this .getClass()).getFile();
         return new StoryFinder().findPaths(codeLocation, asList( "**/trader*.story" ),
                     asList( "" ), "file:" +codeLocation);
     }
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Scanning for steps

JBehave also supports the ability to scan packages for the Steps classes. If using the annotated approach:

@UsingSteps (packages = { "org.jbehave.examples.core.steps" , "my.other.steps" }, matchingNames = ".*Steps" , notMatchingNames = ".*SkipSteps" )

If using the programmatic approach:

public InjectableStepsFactory stepsFactory() {
     return new ScanningStepsFactory(configuration(), "org.jbehave.examples.core.steps" , "my.other.steps" ).matchingNames( ".*Steps" ).notMatchingNames( ".*SkipSteps" );
}

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< dependency >
     < groupId >org.reflections groupId >
     < artifactId >reflections artifactId >
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dependency >
It is important to remember that all Steps classes created using the scanning approach must have a default constructor and no dependency injection mechanism is supported. If dependency injection is required, most frameworks also support their own version of class scanning.

Configurable Elements

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Controlling the Embedder using Maven or Ant

All the elements of EmbedderControls are also configurable via Maven goals or Ant tasks.

It is important to note that JBehave adopts an out-in approach to configuration. Any inner-layer configuration, such as specified in the code, will be overridden by the outer-layer configuration, such as specified by the command-line tools like Maven or Ant.



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