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Configuration

CrossTest has several configuration options. The configuration below shows an example configuration that can be used. The configuration should be stored in a file called XTestConfig.xml that is in the working directory of where Cucumber is running. See the schema file of the config The configuration can be splitted in multiple files

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<XTestConfig debug="true">
    <CompositeObjects>
        <!-- Composite objects can be configured in the config or defined/modified via step sentences -->
        <CompositeObject name="Customer">
            <ContextTables>
                <ContextTable tableName="CUST_SAT" databaseConfigName="demo"/>                      
            </ContextTables>
            <KeyTables>
                <KeyTable tableName="CUST_HUB" databaseConfigName="demo"/>
            </KeyTables>
        </CompositeObject>
    </CompositeObjects>
    <CredentialProviders>
        <!-- A credentialprovider can be used to obtain credentials such as usernames or passwords. By implementing a custom credential Provider -->
        <!-- you can have configuration files without plain text username and passwords stored -->
        <!-- A credential provider can be created in a project by implementing the com.xbreeze.xtest.modules.security.CredentialProvider interface. -->
        <!-- By adding a entry for the custom credential provider in the config such as below the credentialprocider is dynamically loaded at runtime. -->
        <!-- To activate the credentialprovider, set it on a database server config or on a property in a process server config.  -->
        <CredentialProvider name="testProvider" providerClass="com.xbreeze.xtest.test.TestCredentialProvider">
            <Properties>
                <!-- Set of properties passed to the credential provider during initialization -->          
                <Property name="testProperty" value="The test value" />
            </Properties>
        </CredentialProvider>
    </CredentialProviders>
    <DatabaseConfigs>   
        <!-- the command timeout is in seconds and specifieds how long CrossTest waits for a command to finish. if not specified CrossTest uses the JDBC  --> <!-- settings if any or waits indefinitely--> 
        <!-- if quoteObjectNames is set to true (default is no) alle table and column names are enclosed in double quotes, except for those in executing sql --> <!-- queries or statements, since these can be typed using quotes where desired-->
        <DatabaseConfig 
            name="demo" 
            databaseServerConfigName="test"     
            schema="dbo"
            template="demo"                     
            commandTimeOut ="4"
            quoteObjectNames="true"/>   
    </DatabaseConfigs>
    <DatabaseServerConfigs>
        <!-- The JDBC driver used should be available on the class path and is loaded at runtime -->
        <!-- With the setSchemaTemplate attribute a template can be set for a SQL statement used to set the current schema or database. {SCHEMA} will be replaced by the schema attribute from the database config -->
        <DatabaseServerConfig 
            name="test" 
            JDBCUrl="jdbc:sqlserver://localhost:1436;databaseName=TestDB" 
            username="USERNAME" 
            password ="PASSWORD"
            setSchemaTemplate="DATABASE {SCHEMA};"
            credentialProvider="testProvider" />        
    </DatabaseServerConfigs>
    <ObjectTemplates>
        <!-- Object template can be used to add prefix, suffix and default attributes to a database config -->      
        <!-- Object templates are hierarchical, a parent template can be defined on a template so the child template inherits all that is configured on the parent (and its ancestors) -->
        <ObjectTemplate name="demo">
            <Attributes>
                <Attribute name="CREATE_DD" value="2010-01-01" />
            </Attributes>
        </ObjectTemplate>
    </ObjectTemplates>
    <ProcessConfigs>
        <!-- The prefix is applied to the process name that is used in the step sentence -->
        <ProcessConfig name="demo" container="Demo" processServerConfigName="demo" prefix="wf_m_"/>
    </ProcessConfigs>
    <ProcessServerConfigs>
        <!-- The executionClass specifies the process executor, in this example our Informatica PowerCenter process executor -->
        <!-- The jar file containing the executor should be available on the classpath and is loaded at runtime -->
        <!-- The Properties collection is executor-specific, this example shows the properties needed for the PowerCenter executor -->
        <ProcessServerConfig 
            name="demo"             
            executionClass="com.xbreeze.xtest.process.informaticapowercenter.execution.InformaticaPowerCenterExecutor"
            serverUrl="http://10.1.0.5:7333/wsh/services/BatchServices/DataIntegration">
                <Properties>
                    <Property name="UserName" value="USER" />
                    <Property name="Password" value="PASSWORD" credentialProvider="testProvider"/>
                    <Property name="Domain" value="InfaDemo"/>
                    <Property name="Repository" value="InfaDemo-RS"/>
                    <Property name="IntegrationService" value = "InfaDemo_IS"/>
                </Properties>
            </ProcessServerConfig>
    </ProcessServerConfigs>
</XTestConfig>