And another question: which library should I include in order to use these harnesses? I do have this flink-test-utils_2.11 in my pom, but I cannot find the harnesses.I also have the following in my pom:
Chang Liu 刘畅On 13 Aug 2018, at 04:01, Hequn Cheng <chenghequn@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:Hi Chang,There are some harness tests which can be used to test your function. It is also a common way to test function or operator in flink internal tests. Currently, the harness classes mainly include:
essYou can take a look at the source code of these classes.To be more specific, you can take a look at the testSlidingEventTimeWindowsApp ly, in which the RichSumReducer window function has been tested.Best, Hequn https://github.com/apache/ flink/blob/master/flink- streaming-java/src/test/java/ org/apache/flink/streaming/ runtime/operators/windowing/ WindowOperatorTest.java#L213On Mon, Aug 13, 2018 at 7:10 AM, Chang Liu <fluency.03@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:Dear all,I have some questions regarding testing in Flink. The more general question is: is there any guideline, template, or best practices that we can follow if we want to test our flink code (more in scala)?I know there is this page: https://ci.apache.org/pr ojects/flink/flink-docs-releas e-1.6/dev/stream/testing.html but not so much written there. And I also did not find a more comprehensive documentation of this library: flink-test-utils_2.11 .One detailed question: how do you test this WindowFunction below? The return type is Unit right? We cannot do unit test on like, like how the ReduceFunction was tested in the example link above. Then we only have the option of doing integration testing on it?<code.png>Your ideas would be very helpful :) Thanks in advance !
Chang Liu 刘畅