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A test framework built around dockertest for testing against server containers

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0.1.5 Nov 19, 2021
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A test framework built around dockertest for testing against server containers.

This crate provides a small abstraction layer around the dockertest crate for easily running a test against multiple servers running in containers. It provides traits for defining a server and it's associated configuration and then registering a variable number of servers to bring up for a test.

The primary use-case of this crate is to provide an easy-to-use testing framework for crates that wish to build integration tests against services which are able to run in a container.


Add dockertest-server as a dependency to your cargo.toml:

dockertest-server = "0.1.4"


The below example brings up a mock OAuth server and then tests it's responding to HTTP requests:

// Note: This requires the `web` feature
use dockertest_server::servers::auth::{OIDCServer, OIDCServerConfig};
use dockertest_server::Test;

let config = OIDCServerConfig::builder().port(8090).build().unwrap();
let mut test = Test::new();

test.run(|instance| async move {
    let server: OIDCServer = instance.server();

    let client = reqwest::Client::new();
    let resp = client
    assert_eq!(resp.unwrap().status(), 200);

This crate ships with support for various servers already included. See the servers module for the ones included. Note that most require a feature flag to be enabled to avoid bundling unnecessary implementations.

Please feel free to submit a PR with your own implementations to be added to the main crate.


Run tests with cargo test.


Check out the issues for items needing attention or submit your own and then:

  1. Fork the repo (https://github.com/jmgilman/dockertest-server/fork)
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b feature/fooBar)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some fooBar')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin feature/fooBar)
  5. Create a new Pull Request


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