Testcontainers Spring

Available since 3.0.0

Testing camel components is sometime complex because the 3th party system a component interacts with does not provide testing facilities and/or is only available as a native application. To reduce this complexity, Camel Testcontainers Spring JUnit 5 extends camel spring test support providing a way to create and interact with containerized applications.

This module is an extension to the camel-testcontainers-junit5 component to add support for Spring. Therefore see the documentation for testcontainers for more details.

Migrating Camel Testcontainers Spring Tests from JUnit 4 to JUnit 5

Find below some hints to help in migrating camel testcontainers spring tests from JUnit 4 to JUnit 5.

Referencing the Camel Testcontainers Spring JUnit5 library in your project

Projects using camel-testcontainers-spring would need to use camel-testcontainers-spring-junit5. For instance, maven users would update their pom.xml file as below:

<dependency>
  <groupId>org.apache.camel</groupId>
  <artifactId>camel-testcontainers-spring-junit5</artifactId>
  <scope>test</scope>
</dependency>

Tips: It’s possible to run JUnit4 & JUnit5 based camel tests side by side including the following dependencies camel-testcontainers-spring, camel-testcontainers-spring-junit5 and junit-vintage-engine. This configuration allows to migrate a camel test at once.

Typical migration steps linked to JUnit 5 support in Camel Testcontainers Spring

  • Migration steps linked to JUnit 5 support in Camel Testcontainers itself should have been applied first

  • Imports of org.apache.camel.test.testcontainers.spring.* should be replaced with org.apache.camel.test.testcontainers.spring.junit5.*