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How to write integration test for custom Bitbucket plugin developed via Atlassian Java SDK Edited


I developed a Bitbucket plugin (PostRepositoryHook) using the Atlassian Java SDK. This plugin makes some file changes in the master branch every time after a feature branch merges into the master branch. Right now I am trying to figure out how to write integration tests for this plugin. I have read about the tutorials about how to set up the integration test skeleton ( However I wonder how I can invoke my plugin in the integration test.


The constructor of my PostRepositoryHook plugin has parameters: ContentService and PullRequestService. And the postUpdate method of my PostRepositoryHook plugin has parameters: PostRepositoryHookContext and RepositoryHookRequest. I am not sure where I can fetch these inputs and pass to my PostRepository plugin. 


Also, I am not sure how I can simulate the branch merge action in this integration test environment?


Any help is greatly appreciated!





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Charlie Misonne Community Leader May 17, 2021

Hi Jiawei,

I can't help you but I think you might have more luck on te developer community.

Thanks Charlie! I will post the question there.

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