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FEATURES

Allure Framework provides you good looking reports for automation testing. For using this tool is required to install a server. You could have this server running on Jenkins or if you want to see reports locally, you need to run some commands on your machine. This work results tedious, at least for me :)

For that reason, this docker container allows you to see up to date reports simply mounting your allure-results directory (for a Single Project) or your projects directory (for Multiple Projects). Every time appears new results (generated for your tests), Allure Docker Service will detect those changes and it will generate a new report automatically (optional: send results / generate report through API), what you will see refreshing your browser.

  • Useful for developers who wants to run tests locally and want to see what were the problems during regressions.
  • Useful for the team to check the tests status for every project.

Docker Hub

Docker Versions

Docker container versions are based on binary Allure 2 releases

Image Variants

Allure Docker Service supports architectures amd64, arm32v7 and arm64v8.

The following table shows the variation of provided images.

Tag Base Image Arch OS
0.20.7-amd64 amd64/adoptopenjdk:11-jre-openj9-bionic amd64 ubuntu
0.20.7-arm32v7 arm32v7/adoptopenjdk:11-jdk-hotspot-bionic arm32v7 ubuntu
0.20.7-arm64v8 arm64v8/adoptopenjdk:11-jre-hotspot-bionic arm64v8 ubuntu

The following table shows the provided Manifest Lists.

Tag allure-docker-service Base Image
latest, 2.13.5 frankescobar/allure-docker-service:2.13.5-amd64
frankescobar/allure-docker-service:2.13.5-arm32v7
frankescobar/allure-docker-service:2.13.5-arm64v8

USAGE

Generate Allure Results

First at all it's important to be clear. This container only generates reports based on results. You have to generate allure results according to the technology what are you using.

Reference: https://github.com/fescobar/allure-docker-service-examples

We have some examples projects:

In this case we are going to generate results using the java project allure-docker-java-testng-example of this repository.

Go to directory allure-docker-java-testng-example via command line:

cd allure-docker-java-testng-example

Execute:

mvn test -Dtest=FirstTest

If everything is OK, you should see something like this:

[INFO] -------------------------------------------------------
[INFO]  T E S T S
[INFO] -------------------------------------------------------
[INFO] Running com.allure.docker.FirstTest
13:19:03.028 [main] INFO com.allure.docker.FirstTest - test1
13:19:03.044 [main] DEBUG io.qameta.allure.AllureLifecycle - Adding attachment to item with uuid 4b282bd9-6a0f-4fc3-a5cc-be6e8220d3c6
13:19:03.124 [main] INFO com.allure.docker.FirstTest - test2
13:19:03.133 [main] DEBUG io.qameta.allure.AllureLifecycle - Adding attachment to item with uuid e2097440-e9e8-46e9-8b9d-09467b5a49b1
[ERROR] Tests run: 2, Failures: 1, Errors: 0, Skipped: 0, Time elapsed: 1.702 s <<< FAILURE! - in com.allure.docker.FirstTest
[ERROR] test2(com.allure.docker.FirstTest)  Time elapsed: 0.028 s  <<< FAILURE!
java.lang.AssertionError: FAILURE ON PURPOSE
        at com.allure.docker.FirstTest.test2(FirstTest.java:37)

[INFO]
[INFO] Results:
[INFO]
[ERROR] Failures:
[ERROR]   FirstTest.test2:37 FAILURE ON PURPOSE
[INFO]
[ERROR] Tests run: 2, Failures: 1, Errors: 0, Skipped: 0
[INFO]
[INFO] ------------------------------------------------------------------------
[INFO] BUILD FAILURE
[INFO] ------------------------------------------------------------------------
[INFO] Total time:  4.600 s
[INFO] Finished at: 2019-09-16T13:19:03+01:00
[INFO] ------------------------------------------------------------------------

There are 2 tests, one of them failed. Now you can see the allure-results diretory was created inside of allure-docker-java-testng-example project.

Just it has left 1 step more. You have to run allure-docker-service mounting your allure-results directory.

Start the container for a single project -> SINGLE PROJECT - LOCAL REPORTS

ALLURE DOCKER SERVICE

Docker Image: https://hub.docker.com/r/frankescobar/allure-docker-service/

Project Type Port Volume Path Container Volume Path
Single Project 5050 ${PWD}/allure-results /app/allure-results
${PWD}/allure-reports /app/default-reports
Multiple Projects 5050 ${PWD}/projects /app/projects

To improve the navigability is recommended to install an Extension/AddOn in your browser:

NOTE:

SINGLE PROJECT - LOCAL REPORTS

This option is recommended for local executions. You should attach the volume where your results are being generated locally for your automation project.

All the information related local executions will be stored in the default project what is created when you start the container. You can see the complete info using the GET /projects/default endpoint:

Single Project - Docker on Unix/Mac

From this directory allure-docker-java-testng-example execute next command:

      docker run -p 5050:5050 -e CHECK_RESULTS_EVERY_SECONDS=3 -e KEEP_HISTORY=1 \
                 -v ${PWD}/allure-results:/app/allure-results \
                 -v ${PWD}/allure-reports:/app/default-reports \
                 frankescobar/allure-docker-service
Single Project - Docker on Windows (Git Bash)

From this directory allure-docker-java-testng-example execute next command:

      docker run -p 5050:5050 -e CHECK_RESULTS_EVERY_SECONDS=3 -e KEEP_HISTORY=1 \
                 -v "/$(pwd)/allure-results:/app/allure-results" \
                 -v "/$(pwd)/allure-reports:/app/default-reports" \
                 frankescobar/allure-docker-service
Single Project - Docker Compose

Using docker-compose is the best way to manage containers: allure-docker-java-testng-example/docker-compose.yml

version: '3'
services:
  allure:
    image: "frankescobar/allure-docker-service"
    environment:
      CHECK_RESULTS_EVERY_SECONDS: 1
      KEEP_HISTORY: 1
    ports:
      - "5050:5050"
    volumes:
      - ${PWD}/allure-results:/app/allure-results
      - ${PWD}/allure-reports:/app/default-reports

From this directory allure-docker-java-testng-example execute next command:

docker-compose up allure

If you want to run in background:

docker-compose up -d allure

You can see the logs:

docker-compose logs -f allure

NOTE:

  • Check the New User Interface
  • Read about PORT 4040 Deprecated in case you are using previous versions.
  • The ${PWD}/allure-results directory could be in anywhere on your machine. Your project must generate results in that directory.
  • The /app/allure-results directory is inside of the container. You MUST NOT change this directory, otherwise, the container won't detect the new changes.
  • The /app/default-reports directory is inside of the container. You MUST NOT change this directory, otherwise, the history reports won't be stored.

NOTE FOR WINDOWS USERS:

  • ${PWD} determines the current directory. This only works for GIT BASH. If you want to use PowerShell or CMD you need to put your full path to allure-results directory or find the way to get the current directory path using those tools.

MULTIPLE PROJECTS - REMOTE REPORTS

Available from Allure Docker Service version 2.13.3

With this option you could generate multiple reports for multiple projects, you can create, delete and get projects using Project Endpoints. You can use Swagger documentation to help you.

Multiple Project - Docker on Unix/Mac
      docker run -p 5050:5050 -e CHECK_RESULTS_EVERY_SECONDS=NONE -e KEEP_HISTORY=1 \
                 -v ${PWD}/projects:/app/projects \
                 frankescobar/allure-docker-service
Multiple Project - Docker on Windows (Git Bash)
      docker run -p 5050:5050 -e CHECK_RESULTS_EVERY_SECONDS=NONE -e KEEP_HISTORY=1 \
                 -v "/$(pwd)/projects:/app/projects" \
                 frankescobar/allure-docker-service
Multiple Project - Docker Compose

Using docker-compose is the best way to manage containers: allure-docker-multi-project-example/docker-compose.yml

version: '3'
services:
  allure:
    image: "frankescobar/allure-docker-service"
    environment:
      CHECK_RESULTS_EVERY_SECONDS: NONE
      KEEP_HISTORY: 1
      KEEP_HISTORY_LATEST: 25
    ports:
      - "5050:5050"
    volumes:
      - ${PWD}/projects:/app/projects
docker-compose up allure

If you want to run in background:

docker-compose up -d allure

You can see the logs:

docker-compose logs -f allure

NOTE:

NOTE FOR WINDOWS USERS:

  • ${PWD} determines the current directory. This only works for GIT BASH. If you want to use PowerShell or CMD you need to put your full path to allure-results directory or find the way to get the current directory path using those tools.
Creating our first project
  • Creating the project my-project-id using the endpoint POST /projects:

  • You can see all the existent projects using the endpoint GET /projects:

  • The default project is always created automatically, it shouldn't be removed.

  • And get specific information using the endpoint GET /projects/{id}

If we want to generate reports for this specific project we need to use the same Action Endpoints that we used for a single project, but the difference now is we need to use the query parameter project_id to specify our new project.

For example if we want to get the latest report for a single project, generally we execute this command:

This command will return the latest report from the default project as you see in the url above

If we want to get the latest report from our new project we need to execute this one:

You can appreciate the difference in the path /projects/{PROJECT_ID}/....

You can use any Action Endpoints, but don't forget to pass the parameter project_id with the right project id that you want to interact with it.

'GET' /latest-report?project_id=my-project-id

'POST' /send-results?project_id=my-project-id

'GET' /generate-report?project_id=my-project-id

'GET' /clean-results?project_id=my-project-id

'GET' /clean-history?project_id=my-project-id

'GET' /emailable-report/render?project_id=my-project-id

'GET' /emailable-report/export?project_id=my-project-id

'GET' /report/export?project_id=my-project-id

We are going to attach our volume NOT for our local allure-results. For this case is necessary to store the information regarding all our projects. The project structure is this one:

projects
   |-- default
   |   |-- results
   |   |-- reports
   |   |   |-- latest
   |   |   |-- ..
   |   |   |-- 3
   |   |   |-- 2
   |   |   |-- 1
   |-- my-project-id
   |   |-- results
   |   |-- reports
   |   |   |-- latest
   |   |   |-- ..
   |   |   |-- 3
   |   |   |-- 2
   |   |   |-- 1

NOTE:

  • You MUST NOT MODIFY MANUALLY the structure directory of any project, you could affect the right behaviour.
  • If you don't attach your volume with the proper path /app/projects you will lost the information about the projects generated for you.

PORT 4040 Deprecated

The first versions of this container used port 4040 for Allure Report and port 5050 for Allure API.

The latest version includes new features Multiple Projects & Navigate detailed previous history/trends. These improvements allow us to handle multiple projects and multiple history reports.

The only change required from your side is start using only port 5050 and instead to use http://localhost:4040/ for rendering Allure report you should use http://localhost:5050/allure-docker-service/latest-report

If you are mounting your volume -v ${PWD}/allure-results:/app/allure-results your allure results are being used and stored in default project internally in the container, you don't need to change your volume path directory or do anything else. If you want to keep the history reports start to attach another path -v ${PWD}/allure-reports:/app/default-reports.

If you are already using port 4040, NO WORRIES. The Allure Report exposed in port 4040 will still being rendered for avoiding compatibility problems. The only issue you will face will be when you try to navigate the HISTORY from the TREND chart or any other widget aiming to any historic data. The error you will see is HTTP ERROR 404 NOT FOUND

Version Port Volume Path Container Volume Path Get Latest Report
Previous to 2.13.3 4040 ${PWD}/allure-results /app/allure-results http://localhost:4040/
From 2.13.3 5050 ${PWD}/allure-results /app/allure-results http://localhost:5050/allure-docker-service/latest-report
${PWD}/allure-reports /app/default-reports

Check the new commands to start the container for a single project or for multiple projects: ALLURE DOCKER SERVICE

Known Issues

Opening & Refreshing Report

If everything was OK, you will see this:

allure_1  | Generating default report
allure_1  | Overriding configuration
allure_1  | Checking Allure Results every 1 second/s
allure_1  | Creating executor.json for PROJECT_ID: default
allure_1  | Generating report for PROJECT_ID: default
allure_1  | Report successfully generated to /app/allure-docker-api/static/projects/default/reports/latest
allure_1  | Status: 200
allure_1  | Detecting results changes for PROJECT_ID: default
allure_1  | Automatic Execution in Progress for PROJECT_ID: default...
allure_1  | Creating history on results directory for PROJECT_ID: default ...
allure_1  | Copying history from previous results...
allure_1  | Creating executor.json for PROJECT_ID: default
allure_1  | Generating report for PROJECT_ID: default
allure_1  | 2020-06-18 17:02:12.364:INFO::main: Logging initialized @1620ms to org.eclipse.jetty.util.log.StdErrLog
allure_1  | Report successfully generated to /app/allure-docker-api/static/projects/default/reports/latest
allure_1  | Storing report history for PROJECT_ID: default
allure_1  | BUILD_ORDER:1
allure_1  | Status: 200

To see your latest report simply open your browser and access to:

The latest report is generated automatically and sometimes could be not available temporary until the new latest report has been generated. If you access to the latest report url when is not available you will see the NOT FOUND page. It will take a few seconds until the latest report be available again.

When you use the latest-report will be redirected to the resource url:

When you start the container for a single report, the default project will be created automatically, for that reason you are redirected to this endpoint to get information about default project, you can see this in the path .../projects/default/...

The redirect=false parameter is used to avoid be redirected to the GET /projects/{id} endpoint (default behaviour)

Now we can run other tests without being worried about Allure server. You don't need to restart or execute any Allure command.

Just go again to this directory allure-docker-java-testng-example via command line:

cd allure-docker-java-testng-example

And execute another suite test:

mvn test -Dtest=SecondTest

When this second test finished, refresh your browser and you will see there is a new report including last results tests.

We can run the same test suite again and navigate the history:

You can repeat these steps, but now execute the third and fourth test

mvn test -Dtest=ThirdTest
mvn test -Dtest=FourthTestFactory

New User Interface

Check the new UI

Deploy using Kubernetes

Check yaml definitions here:

Extra options

Allure API

Available endpoints:

Info Endpoints

'GET' /version

'GET' /swagger

'GET' /swagger.json

Action Endpoints

'GET' /config

'GET' /latest-report

'POST' /send-results

'GET' /generate-report

'GET' /clean-results

'GET' /clean-history

'GET' /emailable-report/render

'GET' /emailable-report/export

'GET' /report/export

Project Endpoints

'POST' /projects

'GET' /projects

'DELETE' /projects/{id}

'GET' /projects/{id}

'GET' /projects/{id}/reports/{path}

'GET' /projects/search

Security Endpoints

'POST' /login

'POST' /refresh

'DELETE' /logout

'DELETE' /logout-refresh-token

Access to http://localhost:5050 to see Swagger documentation with examples

From version 2.13.4 you can request an endpoint using the base path (prefix) /allure-docker-service/:

curl http://localhost:5050/allure-docker-service/version

or you can request without the prefix like in previous versions

curl http://localhost:5050/version

For accessing Security Endpoints, you have to enable the security. Check Enable Security section.

Send results through API

Available from Allure Docker Service version 2.12.1

After running your tests, you can execute any script to send the generated results from any node/agent/machine to the Allure Docker server container using the Allure API. Use the endpoint POST /send-results.

You have 2 options to send results:

Content-Type - application/json
python send_results.py
python send_results_security.py
./send_results.ps1
Content-Type - multipart/form-data

Available from Allure Docker Service version 2.13.3

./send_results.sh
./send_results_security.sh

NOTE:

Customize Executors Configuration

Available from Allure Docker Service version 2.13.3

When you use the GET /generate-report, you will see this in your report:

If you want to change the execution name, you need to pass a parameter named execution_name with the value. Example: GET /generate-report?execution_name=my-execution-name

If you want to change the execution from (by default is empty), you need to pass a parameter named execution_from with the value. Example: GET /generate-report?execution_from=http://my-jenkins-url/job/my-job/7/

This option allow you to come back to your executor server.

If you want to change the execution icon (default is empty), you need to pass a parameter named execution_type with the value. Example: GET /generate-report?execution_type=jenkins

If the type is not recognized it will take the default icon. You can use different types like:

  • jenkins

  • teamcity

  • bamboo

The icons are based on the native Allure2 Framework:

API Response Less Verbose

Available from Allure Docker Service version 2.13.1

Enable API_RESPONSE_LESS_VERBOSE environment variable if you are handling big quantities of files. This option is useful to avoid to transfer too much data when you request the API. Have in mind the json response structure will change.

    environment:
      API_RESPONSE_LESS_VERBOSE: 1

Switching version

You can switch the version container using frankescobar/allure-docker-service:${VERSION_NUMBER}. Docker Compose example:

  allure:
    image: "frankescobar/allure-docker-service:2.13.5"

or using latest version:

  allure:
    image: "frankescobar/allure-docker-service:latest"

By default it will take last version: https://hub.docker.com/r/frankescobar/allure-docker-service/tags

Switching port

Inside of the container Allure API use port 5050. You can switch the port according to your convenience. Docker Compose example:

    ports:
      - "9292:5050"

Updating seconds to check Allure Results

Updating seconds to check results directory to generate a new report up to date. Docker Compose example:

    environment:
      CHECK_RESULTS_EVERY_SECONDS: 5

Use NONE value to disable automatic checking results. If you use this option, the only way to generate a new report up to date it's using the Allure API.

    environment:
      CHECK_RESULTS_EVERY_SECONDS: NONE

Keep History and Trends

Available from Allure Docker Service version 2.12.1

Enable KEEP_HISTORY environment variable to work with history & trends

Docker Compose example:

    environment:
      KEEP_HISTORY: "TRUE"

From version 2.13.4 you can also use as value 1

    environment:
      KEEP_HISTORY: 1

If you want to clean the history use the Allure API.

Allure framework allow you to see the latest 20 executions in the history https://github.com/allure-framework/allure2/pull/1059

Available from Allure Docker Service version 2.13.3

You can access to previous history clicking on the Allure image in the report. If the report is not available you will be redirected to the endpoint GET /projects/{id}

Also, Allure Docker Service by default keeps the latest 20 executions in the history, but you can extend that limit:

    environment:
      KEEP_HISTORY_LATEST: 28

or you can reduce it

    environment:
      KEEP_HISTORY_LATEST: 10

The latest directory contains the report from the last execution. On this case, the 29 directory contains the same report in the latest directory:

Override User Container

Available from Allure Docker Service version 2.13.1

Override the user container in case your platform required it. The container must have permissions to create files inside directories like allure-results (Single Project) or projects (Multiple Project) or any other directory that you want to mount.

1000:1000 is the user:group for allure user

Docker Compose example:

    user: 1000:1000
    environment:
      ...

or you can pass the current user using environment variable

    user: ${MY_USER}
    environment:
      ...
MY_USER=$(id -u):$(id -g) docker-compose up -d allure

or from Docker you can use parameter --user

docker run --user="$(id -u):$(id -g)" -p 5050:5050 -e CHECK_RESULTS_EVERY_SECONDS=3 -e KEEP_HISTORY="TRUE" \
           -v ${PWD}/allure-results:/app/allure-results \
           -v ${PWD}/allure-reports:/app/default-reports \
           frankescobar/allure-docker-service

Note: It's not a good practice to use root user to manipulate containers.

Reference:

Start in DEV Mode

Available from Allure Docker Service version 2.13.3

Enable dev mode, if you want to see the logs about api requests using the DEV_MODE environment variable.

Docker Compose example:

    environment:
      DEV_MODE: 1

NOTE:

  • Don't use this mode for live/prod environments.

Enable TLS

Available from Allure Docker Service version 2.13.4

Enable TLS, if you want to implement https protocol using the TLS environment variable.

Docker Compose example:

    environment:
      TLS: 1

Enable Security

Available from Allure Docker Service version 2.13.5

If you are going to publish this API, this feature MUST BE USED TOGETHER with Enable TLS, otherwise, your tokens can be intercepted and your security could be vulnerable. When you enable TLS, the cookies credentials will be stored as SECURE.

It's recommended to use Allure Docker Service UI container New User Interface for accessing to the information without credentials problems.

You can define the main user credentials with env vars 'SECURITY_USER' & 'SECURITY_PASS' Also you need to enable the security to protect the endpoints with env var 'SECURITY_ENABLED'.

Docker Compose example:

    environment:
      SECURITY_USER: "my_username"
      SECURITY_PASS: "my_password"
      SECURITY_ENABLED: 1

Where 'SECURITY_PASS' env var is case sensitive.

When the security is enabled, you will see the Swagger documentation (http://localhost:5050/allure-docker-service/swagger) updated with new security endpoints and specifying the protected endpoints.

If you try to use the endpoints GET /projects

curl -X GET http://localhost:5050/allure-docker-service/projects -ik

You will see this response

HTTP/1.1 401 UNAUTHORIZED
Access-Control-Allow-Origin: *
Content-Length: 67
Content-Type: application/json
Date: Tue, 11 Aug 2020 10:31:37 GMT
Server: waitress

{"meta_data":{"message":"Missing cookie \"access_token_cookie\""}}
Login

To access to protected endpoints you need to use the endpoint POST /login with the credentials configured in the initial step.

curl -X POST http://localhost:5050/allure-docker-service/login \
  -H 'Content-Type: application/json' \
  -d '{
    "username": "my_username",
    "password": "my_password"
}' -c cookiesFile -ik

We are storing the cookies obtained in a file cookiesFile to use it in the next requests:

Now we try to request the protected endpoints using the cookies obtained from POST /login endpoint.

curl -X GET http://localhost:5050/allure-docker-service/projects -b cookiesFile -ik

Using the security cookies we will have access to any endpoint protected.

HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Access-Control-Allow-Credentials: true
Access-Control-Allow-Origin:
Content-Length: 606
Content-Type: application/json
Date: Sun, 16 Aug 2020 11:09:01 GMT
Server: waitress

{"data":{"projects":{"default":{"uri":"http://localhost:5050/allure-docker-service/projects/default"}}},"meta_data":{"message":"Projects successfully obtained"}}

X-CSRF-TOKEN

For example, if you try to create a new project with the security enabled with the cookies obtained in the POST /login endpoint

curl -X POST "http://localhost:5050/allure-docker-service/projects" \
-H "Content-Type: application/json" \
-d '{
  "id": "my-project-id"
}' -b cookiesFile -ik

You will received a 401 asking for CSRF token

HTTP/1.1 401 UNAUTHORIZED
Access-Control-Allow-Credentials: true
Access-Control-Allow-Origin:
Content-Length: 47
Content-Type: application/json
Date: Mon, 17 Aug 2020 07:46:51 GMT
Server: waitress

{"meta_data":{"message":"Missing CSRF token"}}

You need to pass the header X-CSRF-TOKEN (Cross-Site Request Forgery) if you request to endpoints with method type POST, PUT, PATCH & DELETE.

You can get the X-CSRF-TOKEN value from the cookie csrf_access_token which is obtained from the POST /login successfully response (check your cookies section).

Here we are extracting the value of csrf_access_token cookie from the cookiesFile file generated with the POST /login

CRSF_ACCESS_TOKEN_VALUE=$(cat cookiesFile | grep -o 'csrf_access_token.*' | cut -f2)
echo "csrf_access_token value: $CRSF_ACCESS_TOKEN_VALUE"

Once you get the csrf_access_token value you need to send it as header named X-CSRF-TOKEN

curl -X POST "http://localhost:5050/allure-docker-service/projects" \
-H "X-CSRF-TOKEN: $CRSF_ACCESS_TOKEN_VALUE" -H "Content-Type: application/json" \
-d '{
  "id": "my-project-id"
}' -b cookiesFile -ik
HTTP/1.1 201 CREATED
Access-Control-Allow-Credentials: true
Access-Control-Allow-Origin:
Content-Length: 90
Content-Type: application/json
Date: Mon, 17 Aug 2020 07:51:37 GMT
Server: waitress

{"data":{"id":"my-project-id"},"meta_data":{"message":"Project successfully created"}}

Refresh Access Token

If you want to avoid the user login each time the access token expired, you need to refresh your token

For refreshing the access token, you have to use the refresh_token_cookie and csrf_refresh_token

Here, we are extracting the value of csrf_refresh_token cookie from the cookiesFile file generated with the POST /login endpoint

CRSF_REFRESH_TOKEN_VALUE=$(cat cookiesFile | grep -o 'csrf_refresh_token.*' | cut -f2)
echo "csrf_refresh_token value: $CRSF_REFRESH_TOKEN_VALUE"

After that, we need to send csrf_refresh_token as header X-CSRF-TOKEN and the cookies file with the -b option.

curl -X POST http://localhost:5050/allure-docker-service/refresh -H "X-CSRF-TOKEN: $CRSF_REFRESH_TOKEN_VALUE" -c cookiesFile -b cookiesFile -ik

With -c options we are overriding the cookies file with the new tokens provided for POST /refresh endpoint.

HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Access-Control-Allow-Credentials: true
Access-Control-Allow-Origin:
Content-Length: 428
Content-Type: application/json
Date: Mon, 17 Aug 2020 08:25:21 GMT
Server: waitress
Set-Cookie: access_token_cookie=eyJ0eXAiOiJKV1Qi...; HttpOnly; Path=/
Set-Cookie: csrf_access_token=d34c2eb1-dcc5-481c-a4ad-2c499a992f65; Path=/

{"data":{"access_token":"eyJ0eXAiOiJKV1Qi..."},"meta_data":{"message":"Successfully token obtained"}}

The Access Token expires in 15 mins by default. You can change the default behaviour with env var ACCESS_TOKEN_EXPIRES_IN_MINS

Docker Compose example:

    environment:
      ACCESS_TOKEN_EXPIRES_IN_MINS: 30

Also for development purposes, you can use the env var ACCESS_TOKEN_EXPIRES_IN_SECONDS Docker Compose example:

    environment:
      ACCESS_TOKEN_EXPIRES_IN_SECONDS: 30

You should use the Refresh Token to avoid the user login again.

The Refresh token doesn't expire by default. You can change the default behaviour with env var REFRESH_TOKEN_EXPIRES_IN_DAYS Docker Compose example:

    environment:
      REFRESH_TOKEN_EXPIRES_IN_DAYS: 60

Also for development purposes you can use the env var REFRESH_TOKEN_EXPIRES_IN_SECONDS Docker Compose example:

    environment:
      REFRESH_TOKEN_EXPIRES_IN_SECONDS: 10

NOTE:

  • You can disable the expiration of any token using value 0.
Logout

We have 2 endpoints:

With DELETE /logout your current access_token will be invalidated. You need to pass as header the csrf_access_token token.

CRSF_ACCESS_TOKEN_VALUE=$(cat cookiesFile | grep -o 'csrf_access_token.*' | cut -f2)
echo "csrf_access_token value: $CRSF_ACCESS_TOKEN_VALUE"

curl -X DELETE http://localhost:5050/allure-docker-service/logout -H "X-CSRF-TOKEN: $CRSF_ACCESS_TOKEN_VALUE" -b cookiesFile -ik
HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Access-Control-Allow-Credentials: true
Content-Length: 52
Content-Type: application/json
Date: Fri, 21 Aug 2020 11:17:22 GMT
Server: waitress

{"meta_data":{"message":"Successfully logged out"}}

With DELETE /logout-refresh-token your current refresh_token will be invalidated and all cookies removed. You need to pass as header the csrf_refresh_token token:

CRSF_REFRESH_TOKEN_VALUE=$(cat cookiesFile | grep -o 'csrf_refresh_token.*' | cut -f2)
echo "csrf_refresh_token value: $CRSF_REFRESH_TOKEN_VALUE"

curl -X DELETE http://localhost:5050/allure-docker-service/logout-refresh-token -H "X-CSRF-TOKEN: $CRSF_REFRESH_TOKEN_VALUE" -b cookiesFile -ik
HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Access-Control-Allow-Credentials: true
Content-Length: 52
Content-Type: application/json
Date: Fri, 21 Aug 2020 11:47:47 GMT
Server: waitress
Set-Cookie: access_token_cookie=; Expires=Thu, 01-Jan-1970 00:00:00 GMT; HttpOnly; Path=/
Set-Cookie: csrf_access_token=; Expires=Thu, 01-Jan-1970 00:00:00 GMT; Path=/
Set-Cookie: refresh_token_cookie=; Expires=Thu, 01-Jan-1970 00:00:00 GMT; HttpOnly; Path=/
Set-Cookie: csrf_refresh_token=; Expires=Thu, 01-Jan-1970 00:00:00 GMT; Path=/

{"meta_data":{"message":"Successfully logged out"}}
Scripts
./send_results_security.sh
python send_results_security.py

Add Custom URL Prefix

Available from Allure Docker Service version 2.13.5

Configure an url prefix if your deployment requires it (e.g. reverse proxy with nginx)

    environment:
      URL_PREFIX: "/my-prefix"

With this configuration you can request the API in this way too:

curl http://localhost:5050/my-prefix/allure-docker-service/version

Here's an example config for nginx where allure is the name of the docker container

server {
    listen 443 ssl;
    ssl_certificate     /certificate.cer;
    ssl_certificate_key /certificate.key;
    location /my-prefix/ {
        proxy_pass http://allure:5050;
        proxy_set_header  Host $host;
        proxy_set_header  X-Real-IP $remote_addr;
        proxy_set_header  X-Forwarded-For $proxy_add_x_forwarded_for;
        proxy_set_header  X-Forwarded-Host $server_name;
    }
}

NOTE:

  • This feature is not supported when DEV_MODE is enabled.

Export Native Full Report

Available from Allure Docker Service version 2.13.1

You can export the native full report using the endpoint GET /report/export Allure API.

Customize Emailable Report

Available from Allure Docker Service version 2.12.1

You can render and export the emailable report using the endpoints GET /emailable-report/render and GET ​/emailable-report​/export Allure API.

Override CSS

By default this report template is using Bootstrap css. If you want to override the css, just you need to pass the enviroment variable EMAILABLE_REPORT_CSS_CDN. Docker Compose example:

    environment:
      EMAILABLE_REPORT_CSS_CDN: "https://stackpath.bootstrapcdn.com/bootswatch/4.3.1/sketchy/bootstrap.css"

You can use all these themes: https://bootswatch.com/ or any other boostrap css like https://stackpath.bootstrapcdn.com/bootstrap/4.3.1/css/bootstrap.css

Override title

If you want override the title of the Emailable Report, just you need to pass the environment variable EMAILABLE_REPORT_TITLE.

    environment:
      EMAILABLE_REPORT_TITLE: "My Title"

Override server link

Functionality Deprecated

  • Currently the latest version resolves the host automatically.

If you want the Emailable Report to redirect to your Allure server, just you need to pass the environment variable SERVER_URL.

    environment:
      SERVER_URL: "http://my-domain.com/allure-docker-service/latest-report"

Develop a new template

If you want to develop a new template, create a local directory (my-template as example) with a file named default.html. In that file you can create your own html template, you can use as guide this example: allure-docker-api/templates/default.html using Jinja syntax. Don't rename your local template, always the file must be named default.html.

Mount that directory to the container like in the example and pass the environment variable FLASK_DEBUG with value 1. This variable will allow you to use hot reloading, you can update the content of default.html locally and use the endpoint emailable-report/render (Allure API) to see your changes applied in the browser.

    environment:
      FLASK_DEBUG: 1
    volumes:
    - ${PWD}/my-template:/app/allure-docker-api/templates

Allure Customized Plugins

If you want to use your own Allure plugins you can mount your plugin directory

    environment:
      ...
    volumes:
    - ${PWD}/my-plugin:/allure/plugins/my-plugin

References:

Allure Options

Some frameworks/adaptors don't support allure properties to set up links for Tracker Management Systems or Issue/Bug Trackers. In that case you need to set up ALLURE_OPTS environment variable:

  • For Allure1 (XML results)
    environment:
      CHECK_RESULTS_EVERY_SECONDS: 1
      ALLURE_OPTS: "-Dallure.tests.management.pattern=https://example.org/tms/%s -Dallure.issues.tracker.pattern=https://example.org/issue/%s"
  • For Allure2 (JSON results). Generally it's not necessary to do this because the properties are configured it in the adaptor/framework and stored in allure-results directory. The properties format is different:
allure.link.mylink.pattern=https://example.org/mylink/{}
allure.link.issue.pattern=https://example.org/issue/{}
allure.link.tms.pattern=https://example.org/tms/{}

Reference:

SUPPORT

Gitter

Gitter

DOCKER GENERATION (Usage for developers)

Install Docker

sudo apt-get update
sudo apt install -y docker.io

If you want to use docker without sudo, read following links:

Build image

docker build -t allure-release -f docker-custom/Dockerfile.bionic-custom --build-arg ALLURE_RELEASE=2.13.5 .

Run container

docker run -d  -p 5050:5050 allure-release

See active containers

docker container ls

Access to container

docker exec -it ${CONTAINER_ID} bash

Access to logs

docker exec -it ${CONTAINER_ID} tail -f log

Remove all containers

docker container rm $(docker container ls -a -q) -f

Remove all images

docker image rm $(docker image ls -a -q)

Remove all stopped containers

docker ps -q -f status=exited | xargs docker rm

Remove all dangling images

docker images -f dangling=true | xargs docker rmi

Register tagged image (Example)

docker login
docker tag allure-release frankescobar/allure-docker-service:${PUBLIC_TAG}
docker push frankescobar/allure-docker-service

Register latest image (Example)

docker tag allure-release frankescobar/allure-docker-service:latest
docker push frankescobar/allure-docker-service

Download latest image registered (Example)

docker run -d  -p 5050:5050 frankescobar/allure-docker-service

Download specific tagged image registered (Example)

docker run -d -p 5050:5050 frankescobar/allure-docker-service:2.13.5

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