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Test::Reporter::Transport::Metabase - Metabase transport for Test::Reporter
my $report = Test::Reporter->new( transport => 'Metabase', transport_args => [ uri => 'http://metabase.example.com:3000/', id_file => '/home/jdoe/.metabase/metabase_id.json', ], ); # use space-separated in a CPAN::Reporter config.ini transport = Metabase uri http://metabase.example.com:3000/ ...
This module submits a Test::Reporter report to the specified Metabase instance.
This requires a network connection to the Metabase uri provided. If you wish to save reports during offline operation, see Test::Reporter::Transport::File. (Eventually, you may be able to run a local Metabase instance to queue reports for later transmission, but this feature has not yet been developed.)
Unlike most other Transport classes, this class requires transport arguments to be provided as key-value pairs:
my $report = Test::Reporter->new( transport => 'Metabase', transport_args => [ uri => 'http://metabase.example.com:3000/', id_file => '/home/jdoe/.metabase/metabase_id.json', ], );
uriargument gives the network location of a Metabase instance to receive reports.
id_fileargument must be a path to a Metabase ID file. If you do not already have an ID file, use the metabase-profile program to create one.
This creates the file metabase_id.json in the current directory. You can also give an
--outputargument to save the file to a different location or with a different name.
clientargument is optional and specifies the type of Metabase::Client to use to transmit reports to the target Metabase. It defaults to Metabase::Client::Simple.
These methods are only for internal use by Test::Reporter.
my $sender = Test::Reporter::Transport::File->new( $params );
new method is the object constructor.
$sender->send( $report );
send method transmits the report.
David Golden <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Richard Dawe <email@example.com>
This software is Copyright (c) 2010 by David Golden.
This is free software, licensed under:
The Apache License, Version 2.0, January 2004