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File Naming Convention for Test CRD Generation

We support the following file naming convention for Postman files to support multiple environment files:

Test Filename Convention

<Test name>.postman_collection.json - where Test name should be reused for the environment files.

For example, mytest.postman_collection.json.

Test Environment File Naming Convention

<Test name>.<Test env>.postman_environment.json - where Test name is reused from the test files and Test env is pointing to a particular testing environment.

For example, mytest.prod.postman_collection.json.

Test Secret Environment File Naming Convention

<Test name>.<Test env>.postman_secret_environment.json - where Test name is reused from test files and Test env is pointing to particular testing environment.

For example, mytest.prod.postman_secret_environment.json.

It is expected that each variable value in a secret environment file is provided in the form of secret-name=secret-key. In this case, it will be added to a list of Test secret variables. For example,

{
"id": "f8a038bf-3766-4424-94ee-381a69f55b9a",
"name": "Testing secret env",
"values": [
{
"key": "secvar1",
"value": "var-secrets=homepage",
"enabled": true
},
{
"key": "secvar2",
"value": "var-secrets=apikey",
"enabled": false
}
],
"_postman_variable_scope": "environment",
"_postman_exported_at": "2022-09-04T04:47:42.590Z",
"_postman_exported_using": "Postman/9.14.14"
}

will add this section to Test CRD (only secvar1, because secvar2 is disabled):

  executionRequest:
variables:
- name: secvar1
type: secret
secretRef:
name: var-secrets
key: homepage