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Detailed Descriptions for the elements in the TestScript resource.

Default Value false Default Value false Default Value false Default Value false Default Value true
TestScript
Element Id TestScript
Definition

A structured set of tests against a FHIR server or client implementation to determine compliance against the FHIR specification.

Control 1..1
Type DomainResource
Invariants
Defined on this element
tst-0 Warning Name should be usable as an identifier for the module by machine processing applications such as code generation name.matches('[A-Z]([A-Za-z0-9_]){0,254}')
TestScript.url
Element Id TestScript.url
Definition

An absolute URI that is used to identify this test script when it is referenced in a specification, model, design or an instance. instance; also called its canonical identifier. This SHALL be a URL, SHOULD be globally unique, unique and SHOULD be an a literal address at which at which an authoritative instance of this test script is (or will be) published. The This URL SHOULD include can be the major version target of a canonical reference. It SHALL remain the same when the test script. For more information see Technical and Business Versions . script is stored on different servers.

Control 1..1
Type uri
Requirements

Allows the test script to be referenced by a single globally unique identifier.

Alternate Names url; authoritative-url; destination; identity
Summary true
Comments

Can be a urn:uuid: or a urn:oid:, urn:oid: but real http: addresses are preferred. Multiple instances may share the same url URL if they have a distinct version.

The determination of when to create a new version of a resource (same url, new version) vs. defining a new artifact is up to the author. Considerations for making this decision are found in Technical and Business Versions .

TestScript.identifier
Element Id TestScript.identifier
Definition

A formal identifier that is used to identify this test script when it is represented in other formats, or referenced in a specification, model, design or an instance.

Note This is a business identifer, not a resource identifier (see discussion )
Control 0..1
Type Identifier
Requirements

Allows externally provided and/or usable business identifiers to be easily associated with the module.

Summary true
Comments

Typically, this is used for identifiers that can go in an HL7 V3 II (instance identifier) data type, e.g., to and can then identify this test script outside of FHIR, where it is not possible to use the logical URI.

TestScript.version
Element Id TestScript.version
Definition

The identifier that is used to identify this version of the test script when it is referenced in a specification, model, design or instance. This is an arbitrary value managed by the test script author and is not expected to be globally unique. For example, it might be a timestamp (e.g. yyyymmdd) if a managed version is not available. There is also no expectation that versions can be placed in a lexicographical sequence.

Note This is a business versionId, not a resource version id (see discussion )
Control 0..1
Type string
Summary true
Comments

There may be different test script instances that have the same identifier but different versions. The version can be appended to the url in a reference to allow a refrence reference to a particular business version of the test script with the format [url]|[version].

TestScript.name
Element Id TestScript.name
Definition

A natural language name identifying the test script. This name should be usable as an identifier for the module by machine processing applications such as code generation.

Control 1..1
Type string
Requirements

Support human navigation and code generation.

Summary true
Comments

The name is not expected to be globally unique. The name should be a simple alpha-numeric alphanumeric type name to ensure that it is computable machine-processing friendly.

Invariants
Affect this element
inv-0 Warning Name should be usable as an identifier for the module by machine processing applications such as code generation name.matches('[A-Z]([A-Za-z0-9_]){0,254}')
TestScript.title
Element Id TestScript.title
Definition

A short, descriptive, user-friendly title for the test script.

Control 0..1
Type string
Summary true
Comments

This name does not need to be machine-processing friendly and may contain punctuation, white-space, etc.

TestScript.status
Element Id TestScript.status
Definition

The status of this test script. Enables tracking the life-cycle of the content.

Control 1..1
Terminology Binding PublicationStatus ( Required )
Type code
Is Modifier true (Reason: This is labeled as "Is Modifier" because applications should not use a retired {{title}} without due consideration)
Summary true
Comments

Allows filtering of test scripts that are appropriate for use vs. versus not. This is labeled as "Is Modifier" because applications should not use a retired test script without due consideration.

TestScript.experimental
Element Id TestScript.experimental
Definition

A boolean Boolean value to indicate that this test script is authored for testing purposes (or education/evaluation/marketing), education/evaluation/marketing) and is not intended to be used for genuine usage.

Control 0..1
Type boolean
Is Modifier true Requirements

Enables experimental content to be developed following the same lifecycle that would be used for a production-level test script.

Summary true
Comments

Allows filtering of test script scripts that are appropriate for use vs. versus not. This is labeled as "Is Modifier" because applications should not use an experimental test script in production.

TestScript.date
Element Id TestScript.date
Definition

The date (and optionally time) when the test script was published. The date must change if and when the business version changes and it must change if the status code changes. In addition, it should change when the substantive content of the test script changes.

Control 0..1
Type dateTime
Alternate Names Revision Date
Summary true
Comments

Note that this is not the same as the resource last-modified-date, since the resource may be a secondary representation of the test script. Additional specific dates may be added as extensions or be found by consulting Provenances associated with past versions of the resource.

TestScript.publisher
Element Id TestScript.publisher
Definition

The name of the individual or organization or individual that published the test script.

Control 0..1
Type string
Requirements

Helps establish the "authority/credibility" of the test script. May also allow for contact.

Summary true
Comments

Usually an organization, organization but may be an individual. The publisher (or steward) of the test script is the organization or individual primarily responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of the test script. This is not necessarily the same individual or organization that developed and initially authored the content. The publisher is the primary point of contact for questions or issues with the test script. This item SHOULD be populated unless the information is available from context.

TestScript.contact
Element Id TestScript.contact
Definition

Contact details to assist a user in finding and communicating with the publisher.

Control 0..*
Type ContactDetail
Summary true
Comments

May be a web site, an email address, a telephone number, etc.

TestScript.description
Element Id TestScript.description
Definition

A free text natural language description of the test script from a consumer's perspective.

Control 0..1
Type markdown
Comments

This description can be used to capture details such as why the test script was built, comments about misuse, instructions for clinical use and interpretation, literature references, examples from the paper world, etc. It is not a rendering of the test script as conveyed in the 'text' field of the resource itself. This item SHOULD be populated unless the information is available from context (e.g. the language of the profile test script is presumed to be the predominant language in the place the profile test script was created).

TestScript.useContext
Element Id TestScript.useContext
Definition

The content was developed with a focus and intent of supporting the contexts that are listed. These terms may be used to assist with indexing and searching for appropriate test script instances.

Control 0..*
Type UsageContext
Requirements

Assist in searching for appropriate content.

Summary true
Comments

When multiple useContexts are specified, there is no expectation whether that all or any of the contexts apply.

TestScript.jurisdiction
Element Id TestScript.jurisdiction
Definition

A legal or geographic region in which the test script is intended to be used.

Control 0..*
Terminology Binding Jurisdiction ValueSet ( Extensible )
Type CodeableConcept
Summary true
Comments

It may be possible for the test script to be used in jurisdictions other than those for which it was originally designed or intended.

TestScript.purpose
Element Id TestScript.purpose
Definition

Explaination Explanation of why this test script is needed and why it has been designed as it has.

Control 0..1
Type markdown
Comments

This element does not describe the usage of the test script Instead script. Instead, it provides traceability of ''why'' the resource is either needed or ''why'' it is defined as it is. This may be used to point to source materials or specifications that drove the structure of this test script.

TestScript.copyright
Element Id TestScript.copyright
Definition

A copyright statement relating to the test script and/or its contents. Copyright statements are generally legal restrictions on the use and publishing of the test script.

Control 0..1
Type markdown
Requirements

Consumers must be able to determine any legal restrictions on the use of the test script and/or its content.

Alternate Names License; Restrictions
TestScript.origin
Element Id TestScript.origin
Definition

An abstract server used in operations within this test script in the origin element.

Control 0..*
Comments

The purpose of this element is to define the profile of an origin element used elsewhere in the script. Test engines could then use the origin-profile mapping to offer a filtered list of test systems that can serve as the sender for the interaction.

TestScript.origin.index
Element Id TestScript.origin.index
Definition

Abstract name given to an origin server in this test script. The name is provided as a number starting at 1.

Control 1..1
Type integer
Comments

A given origin index (e.g. 1) can appear only once in the list (e.g. Origin 1 cannot be specified twice ... once as FormFiller and and again as FormProcessor within the same script as that could get confusing during test configuration).

Different origin indices could play the same actor in the same test script (e.g. You could have two different test systems acting as Form-Filler).

The origin indices provided elsewhere in the test script must be one of these origin indices.

TestScript.origin.profile
Element Id TestScript.origin.profile
Definition

The type of origin profile the test system supports.

Control 1..1
Terminology Binding TestScriptProfileOriginType Test script profile origin type ( Extensible )
Type Coding
Meaning if Missing FHIR-Client
Comments

Must be a "sender"/"client" profile.

TestScript.destination
Element Id TestScript.destination
Definition

An abstract server used in operations within this test script in the destination element.

Control 0..*
Comments

The purpose of this element is to define the profile of a destination element used elsewhere in the script. Test engines could then use the destination-profile mapping to offer a filtered list of test systems that can serve as the receiver for the interaction.

TestScript.destination.index
Element Id TestScript.destination.index
Definition

Abstract name given to a destination server in this test script. The name is provided as a number starting at 1.

Control 1..1
Type integer
Comments

A given destination index (e.g. 1) can appear only once in the list (e.g. Destination 1 cannot be specified twice ... once as Form-Manager and again as Form-Processor within the same script as that could get confusing during test configuration).

Different destination indices could play the same actor in the same test script (e.g. You could have two different test systems acting as Form-Manager).

The destination indices provided elsewhere in the test script must be one of these destination indices.

TestScript.destination.profile
Element Id TestScript.destination.profile
Definition

The type of destination profile the test system supports.

Control 1..1
Terminology Binding TestScriptProfileDestinationType Test script profile destination type ( Extensible )
Type Coding
Meaning if Missing FHIR-Server
Comments

Must be a "receiver"/"server" profile.

TestScript.metadata
Element Id TestScript.metadata
Definition

The required capability must exist and are assumed to function correctly on the FHIR server being tested.

Control 0..1
Invariants
Defined on this element
inv-4 : tst-4 Rule TestScript metadata capability SHALL contain required or validated or both. ( expression : capability.required.exists() or capability.validated.exists(), xpath: f:capability/f:required or f:capability/f:validated or (f:capability/f:required and f:capability/f:validated)) capability.validated.exists()
TestScript.metadata.link
Element Id TestScript.metadata.link
Definition

A link to the FHIR specification that this test is covering.

Control 0..*
TestScript.metadata.link.url
Element Id TestScript.metadata.link.url
Definition

URL to a particular requirement or feature within the FHIR specification.

Control 1..1
Type uri
TestScript.metadata.link.description
Element Id TestScript.metadata.link.description
Definition

Short description of the link.

Control 0..1
Type string
TestScript.metadata.capability
Element Id TestScript.metadata.capability
Definition

Capabilities that must exist and are assumed to function correctly on the FHIR server being tested.

Control 1..*
Comments

When the metadata capabilities section is defined at TestScript.metadata or at TestScript.setup.metadata, and the server's conformance statement does not contain the elements defined in the minimal conformance statement, then all the tests in the TestScript are skipped. When the metadata capabilities section is defined at TestScript.test.metadata and the server's conformance statement does not contain the elements defined in the minimal conformance statement, then only that test is skipped. The "metadata.capabilities.required" and "metadata.capabilities.validated" elements only indicate whether the capabilities are the primary focus of the test script or not. They do not impact the skipping logic. Capabilities whose "metadata.capabilities.validated" flag is true are the primary focus of the test script.

TestScript.metadata.capability.required
Element Id TestScript.metadata.capability.required
Definition

Whether or not the test execution will require the given capabilities of the server in order for this test script to execute.

Control 0..1 1..1
Type boolean
TestScript.metadata.capability.validated
Element Id TestScript.metadata.capability.validated
Definition

Whether or not the test execution will validate the given capabilities of the server in order for this test script to execute.

Control 0..1 1..1
Type boolean
TestScript.metadata.capability.description
Element Id TestScript.metadata.capability.description
Definition

Description of the capabilities that this test script is requiring the server to support.

Control 0..1
Type string
TestScript.metadata.capability.origin
Element Id TestScript.metadata.capability.origin
Definition

Which origin server these requirements apply to.

Control 0..*
Type integer
TestScript.metadata.capability.destination
Element Id TestScript.metadata.capability.destination
Definition

Which server these requirements apply to.

Control 0..1
Type integer
TestScript.metadata.capability.link
Element Id TestScript.metadata.capability.link
Definition

Links to the FHIR specification that describes this interaction and the resources involved in more detail.

Control 0..*
Type uri
TestScript.metadata.capability.capabilities
Element Id TestScript.metadata.capability.capabilities
Definition

Minimum capabilities required of server for test script to execute successfully. If server does not meet at a minimum the referenced capability statement, then all tests in this script are skipped.

Control 1..1
Type Reference canonical ( CapabilityStatement )
Comments

The conformance statement of the server has to contain at a minimum the contents of the reference pointed to by this element.

TestScript.fixture
Element Id TestScript.fixture
Definition

Fixture in the test script - by reference (uri). All fixtures are required for the test script to execute.

Control 0..*
TestScript.fixture.autocreate
Element Id TestScript.fixture.autocreate
Definition

Whether or not to implicitly create the fixture during setup. If true, the fixture is automatically created on each server being tested during setup, therefore no create operation is required for this fixture in the TestScript.setup section.

Control 0..1 1..1
Type boolean
TestScript.fixture.autodelete
Element Id TestScript.fixture.autodelete
Definition

Whether or not to implicitly delete the fixture during teardown. If true, the fixture is automatically deleted on each server being tested during teardown, therefore no delete operation is required for this fixture in the TestScript.teardown section.

Control 0..1 1..1
Type boolean
TestScript.fixture.resource
Element Id TestScript.fixture.resource
Definition

Reference to the resource (containing the contents of the resource needed for operations).

Control 0..1
Type Reference ( Any )
Comments

See http://hl7.org/fhir/STU3/resourcelist.html http://build.fhir.org/resourcelist.html for complete list of resource types.

TestScript.profile
Element Id TestScript.profile
Definition

Reference to the profile to be used for validation.

Control 0..*
Type Reference ( Any )
Comments

See http://hl7.org/fhir/STU3/resourcelist.html http://build.fhir.org/resourcelist.html for complete list of resource types.

TestScript.variable
Element Id TestScript.variable
Definition

Variable is set based either on element value in response body or on header field value in the response headers.

Control 0..*
Comments

Variables would be set based either on XPath/JSONPath expressions against fixtures (static and response), or headerField evaluations against response headers. If variable evaluates to nodelist or anything other than a primitive value, then test engine would report an error. Variables would be used to perform clean replacements in "operation.params", "operation.requestHeader.value", and "operation.url" element values during operation calls and in "assert.value" during assertion evaluations. This limits the places that test engines would need to look for placeholders "${}". Variables are scoped to the whole script. They are NOT evaluated at declaration. They are evaluated by test engine when used for substitutions in "operation.params", "operation.requestHeader.value", and "operation.url" element values during operation calls and in "assert.value" during assertion evaluations. See example testscript-search.xml.

Invariants
Defined on this element
inv-3 : tst-3 Rule Variable can only contain one of expression, headerField or path. ( expression : expression.empty() or headerField.empty() or path.empty(), xpath: not(f:expression and f:headerField and f:path)) path.empty()
TestScript.variable.name
Element Id TestScript.variable.name
Definition

Descriptive name for this variable.

Control 1..1
Type string
Comments

Placeholders would contain the variable name wrapped in ${} in "operation.params", "operation.requestHeader.value", and "operation.url" elements. These placeholders would need to be replaced by the variable value before the operation is executed.

TestScript.variable.defaultValue
Element Id TestScript.variable.defaultValue
Definition

A default, hard-coded, or user-defined value for this variable.

Control 0..1
Type string
Comments

The purpose of this element is to allow for a pre-defined value that can be used as a default or as an override value. Test engines can optionally use this as a placeholder for user-defined execution time values.

TestScript.variable.description
Element Id TestScript.variable.description
Definition

A free text natural language description of the variable and its purpose.

Control 0..1
Type string
TestScript.variable.expression
Element Id TestScript.variable.expression
Definition

The fluentpath FHIRPath expression to evaluate against the fixture body. When variables are defined, only one of either expression, headerField or path must be specified.

Control 0..1
Type string
Comments

If headerField is defined, then the variable will be evaluated against the headers that sourceId is pointing to. If expression or path is defined, then the variable will be evaluated against the fixture body that sourceId is pointing to. It is an error to define any combination of expression, headerField and path.

TestScript.variable.headerField
Element Id TestScript.variable.headerField
Definition

Will be used to grab the HTTP header field value from the headers that sourceId is pointing to.

Control 0..1
Type string
Comments

If headerField is defined, then the variable will be evaluated against the headers that sourceId is pointing to. If path is defined, then the variable will be evaluated against the fixture body that sourceId is pointing to. It is an error to define both headerField and path.

TestScript.variable.hint
Element Id TestScript.variable.hint
Definition

Displayable text string with hint help information to the user when entering a default value.

Control 0..1
Type string
TestScript.variable.path
Element Id TestScript.variable.path
Definition

XPath or JSONPath to evaluate against the fixture body. When variables are defined, only one of either expression, headerField or path must be specified.

Control 0..1
Type string
Comments

If headerField is defined, then the variable will be evaluated against the headers that sourceId is pointing to. If expression or path is defined, then the variable will be evaluated against the fixture body that sourceId is pointing to. It is an error to define any combination of expression, headerField and path.

TestScript.variable.sourceId
Element Id TestScript.variable.sourceId
Definition

Fixture to evaluate the XPath/JSONPath expression or the headerField against within this variable.

Control 0..1
Type id
Comments

This can be a statically defined fixture (at the top of the TestScript) or a dynamically set fixture created by responseId of the action.operation element.

TestScript.rule
Element Id TestScript.rule
Definition

Assert rule to be used in one or more asserts within the test script.

Control 0..*
Comments

Each rule should be treated by test engines as one assertion regardless of how many assertions are contained within the external rule template. The impact of negative rule evaluation on test script execution is the same as an assertion failure which is described elsewhere in the TestScript resource.

TestScript.rule.resource
Element Id TestScript.rule.resource
Definition

Reference to the resource (containing the contents of the rule needed for assertions).

Control 1..1
Type Reference ( Any )
TestScript.rule.param
Element Id TestScript.rule.param
Definition

Each rule template can take one or more parameters for rule evaluation.

Control 0..*
Comments

The parameter value can be dynamic at runtime.

TestScript.rule.param.name
Element Id TestScript.rule.param.name
Definition

Descriptive name for this parameter that matches the external assert rule parameter name.

Control 1..1
Type string
Comments

The external rule template would be looking for the parameter by this name.

TestScript.rule.param.value
Element Id TestScript.rule.param.value
Definition

The explicit or dynamic value for the parameter that will be passed on to the external rule template.

Control 0..1
Type string
Comments

This value can be overwritten by the assert.rule.param.value i.e. TestScript.rule.param.value will be used if assert.rule.param.value is not specified. The param value can be a string-representation of a number, string, or boolean that is expected. Test engines do have to look for placeholders (${}) and replace the variable placeholders with the variable values at runtime before supplying this value to the external rule template.

TestScript.ruleset
Element Id TestScript.ruleset
Definition

Contains one or more rules. Offers a way to group rules so assertions could reference the group of rules and have them all applied.

Control 0..*
Comments

Each rule within a ruleset should be treated by test engines as one assertion regardless of how many assertions are contained within the external rule template. The impact of negative rule evaluation on test script execution is the same as an assertion failure which is described elsewhere in the TestScript resource.

TestScript.ruleset.resource
Element Id TestScript.ruleset.resource
Definition

Reference to the resource (containing the contents of the ruleset needed for assertions).

Control 1..1
Type Reference ( Any )
TestScript.ruleset.rule
Element Id TestScript.ruleset.rule
Definition

The referenced rule within the external ruleset template.

Control 1..*
Comments

This qualifies each param name so that a parameter with the same name can be used differently by the different rules with the ruleset.

TestScript.ruleset.rule.ruleId
Element Id TestScript.ruleset.rule.ruleId
Definition

Id of the referenced rule within the external ruleset template.

Control 1..1
Type id
TestScript.ruleset.rule.param
Element Id TestScript.ruleset.rule.param
Definition

Each rule template can take one or more parameters for rule evaluation.

Control 0..*
Comments

The parameter value can be dynamic at runtime.

TestScript.ruleset.rule.param.name
Element Id TestScript.ruleset.rule.param.name
Definition

Descriptive name for this parameter that matches the external assert ruleset rule parameter name.

Control 1..1
Type string
Comments

The external rule template would be looking for the parameter by this name.

TestScript.ruleset.rule.param.value
Element Id TestScript.ruleset.rule.param.value
Definition

The value for the parameter that will be passed on to the external ruleset rule template.

Control 0..1
Type string
Comments

This value can be overwritten by the assert.ruleset.rule.param.value i.e. TestScript.ruleset.rule.param.value will be used if assert.ruleset.rule.param.value is not specified. The param value can be a string-representation of a number, string, or boolean that is expected. Test engines do have to look for placeholders (${}) and replace the variable placeholders with the variable values at runtime before supplying this value to the external rule template.

TestScript.setup
Element Id TestScript.setup
Definition

A series of required setup operations before tests are executed.

Control 0..1
TestScript.setup.action
Element Id TestScript.setup.action
Definition

Action would contain either an operation or an assertion.

Control 1..*
Comments

An action should contain either an operation or an assertion but not both. It can contain any number of variables.

Invariants
Defined on this element
inv-1 : tst-1 Rule Setup action SHALL contain either an operation or assert but not both. ( expression : operation.exists() xor assert.exists(), xpath: (f:operation or f:assert) and not(f:operation and f:assert)) assert.exists()
TestScript.setup.action.operation
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.operation
Definition

The operation to perform.

Control 0..1
Invariants
Defined on this element
inv-7 : tst-7 Rule Setup operation SHALL contain either sourceId or targetId or params or url. ( expression : sourceId.exists() or (targetId.count() + url.count() + params.count() = 1) or (type.code in ('capabilities' |'search' | 'transaction' | 'history')), xpath: f:sourceId or ((f:targetId or f:url or f:params) and (count(f:targetId) + count(f:url) + count(f:params) =1)) or (f:type/f:code/@value='capabilities' or f:type/f:code/@value='search' or f:type/f:code/@value='transaction' or f:type/f:code/@value='history')) 'history'))
TestScript.setup.action.operation.type
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.operation.type
Definition

Server interaction or operation type.

Control 0..1
Terminology Binding TestScriptOperationCode Test script operation code ( Extensible )
Type Coding
Comments

See http://hl7.org/fhir/STU3/http.html http://build.fhir.org/http.html for list of server interactions.

TestScript.setup.action.operation.resource
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.operation.resource
Definition

The type of the resource. See http://hl7.org/fhir/STU3/resourcelist.html. http://build.fhir.org/resourcelist.html.

Control 0..1
Terminology Binding Any defined Resource or Data Type name
Type code
Comments

If "url" element is specified, then "targetId", "params", and "resource" elements will be ignored as "url" element will have everything needed for constructing the request url. If "params" element is specified, then "targetId" element is ignored. For FHIR operations that require a resource (e.g. "read" and "vread" operations), the "resource" element must be specified when "params" element is specified. If "url" and "params" elements are absent, then the request url will be constructed from "targetId" fixture if present. For "read" operation, the resource and id values will be extracted from "targetId" fixture and used to construct the url. For "vread" and "history" operations, the versionId value will also be used.

TestScript.setup.action.operation.label
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.operation.label
Definition

The label would be used for tracking/logging purposes by test engines.

Control 0..1
Type string
Comments

This has no impact on the verification itself.

TestScript.setup.action.operation.description
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.operation.description
Definition

The description would be used by test engines for tracking and reporting purposes.

Control 0..1
Type string
Comments

This has no impact on the verification itself.

TestScript.setup.action.operation.accept
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.operation.accept
Definition

The content-type or mime-type to use for RESTful operation in the 'Accept' header.

Control 0..1
Terminology Binding ContentType MimeType ( Required )
Type code
Meaning if Missing xml Comments

If this is specified, then test engine shall set the 'Accept' header to the corresponding value. If 'xml' is specified, then 'Accept' header of 'application/fhir+xml' will be set. If 'json' is specified, then 'application/fhir+json' will be used. If you'd like to explicitly set the 'Accept' to some other value then use the 'requestHeader' element.

TestScript.setup.action.operation.contentType
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.operation.contentType
Definition

The content-type or mime-type to use for RESTful operation in the 'Content-Type' header.

Control 0..1
Terminology Binding ContentType MimeType ( Required )
Type code
Meaning if Missing xml Comments

If this is specified, then test engine shall set the 'Content-Type' header to the corresponding value. If 'xml' is specified, then 'Content-Type' header of 'application/fhir+xml' will be set. If 'json' is specified, then 'application/fhir+json' will be used. If you'd like to explicitly set the 'Content-Type' to some other value then use the 'requestHeader' element.

TestScript.setup.action.operation.destination
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.operation.destination
Definition

The server where the request message is destined for. Must be one of the server numbers listed in TestScript.destination section.

Control 0..1
Type integer
Comments

If multiple TestScript.destination elements are defined and operation.destination is undefined, test engine will report an error as it cannot determine what destination to use for the exchange.

TestScript.setup.action.operation.encodeRequestUrl
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.operation.encodeRequestUrl
Definition

Whether or not to implicitly send the request url in encoded format. The default is true to match the standard RESTful client behavior. Set to false when communicating with a server that does not support encoded url paths.

Control 0..1 1..1
Type boolean
TestScript.setup.action.operation.origin
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.operation.origin
Definition

The server where the request message originates from. Must be one of the server numbers listed in TestScript.origin section.

Control 0..1
Type integer
Comments

If absent, test engine will send the message. When present, test engine will not send the request message but will wait for the request message to be sent from this origin server.

TestScript.setup.action.operation.params
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.operation.params
Definition

Path plus parameters after [type]. Used to set parts of the request URL explicitly.

Control 0..1
Type string
Comments

If "url" element is specified, then "targetId", "params", and "resource" elements will be ignored as "url" element will have everything needed for constructing the request url. If "params" element is specified, then "targetId" element is ignored. For FHIR operations that require a resource (e.g. "read" and "vread" operations), the "resource" element must be specified when "params" element is specified. If "url" and "params" elements are absent, then the request url will be constructed from "targetId" fixture if present. For "read" operation, the resource and id values will be extracted from "targetId" fixture and used to construct the url. For "vread" and "history" operations, the versionId value will also be used. Test engines would append whatever is specified for "params" to the URL after the resource type without tampering with the string (beyond encoding the URL for HTTP). The "params" element does not correspond exactly to "search parameters". Nor is it the "path". It corresponds to the part of the URL that comes after the [type] (when "resource" element is specified); e.g. It corresponds to "/[id]/ history/[vid] {? format=[mime-type]}" "/[id]/_history/[vid] {?_format=[mime-type]}" in the following operation: GET [base]/[type]/[id]/ history/[vid] {? format=[mime-type]} [base]/[type]/[id]/_history/[vid] {?_format=[mime-type]} Test engines do have to look for placeholders (${}) and replace the variable placeholders with the variable values at runtime before sending the request.

TestScript.setup.action.operation.requestHeader
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.operation.requestHeader
Definition

Header elements would be used to set HTTP headers.

Control 0..*
Comments

This gives control to test-script writers to set headers explicitly based on test requirements. It will allow for testing using: - "If-Modified-Since" and "If-None-Match" headers. See http://hl7.org/fhir/STU3/http.html#2.1.0.5.1 http://build.fhir.org/http.html#2.1.0.5.1 - "If-Match" header. See http://hl7.org/fhir/STU3/http.html#2.1.0.11 http://build.fhir.org/http.html#2.1.0.11 - Conditional Create using "If-None-Exist". See http://hl7.org/fhir/STU3/http.html#2.1.0.13.1 http://build.fhir.org/http.html#2.1.0.13.1 - Invalid "Content-Type" header for negative testing. - etc.

TestScript.setup.action.operation.requestHeader.field
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.operation.requestHeader.field
Definition

The HTTP header field e.g. "Accept".

Control 1..1
Type string
Comments

If header element is specified, then field is required.

TestScript.setup.action.operation.requestHeader.value
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.operation.requestHeader.value
Definition

The value of the header e.g. "application/fhir+xml".

Control 1..1
Type string
Comments

If header element is specified, then value is required. No conversions will be done by the test engine e.g. "xml" to "application/fhir+xml". The values will be set in HTTP headers "as-is". Test engines do have to look for placeholders (${}) and replace the variable placeholders with the variable values at runtime before sending the request.

TestScript.setup.action.operation.requestId
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.operation.requestId
Definition

The fixture id (maybe new) to map to the request.

Control 0..1
Type id
Comments

If a requestId is supplied, then the resulting request (both headers and body) is mapped to the fixture ID (which may be entirely new and previously undeclared) designated by "requestId". If requestId is not specified, it is the test engine's responsibility to store the request and use it as the requestId in subsequent assertions when assertion path and/or headerField is specified, direction is equal to request, and the requestId in not specified.

TestScript.setup.action.operation.responseId
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.operation.responseId
Definition

The fixture id (maybe new) to map to the response.

Control 0..1
Type id
Comments

If a responseId is supplied, and the server responds, then the resulting response (both headers and body) is mapped to the fixture ID (which may be entirely new and previously undeclared) designated by "responseId". If responseId is not specified, it is the test engine's responsibility to store the response and use it as the responseId in subsequent assertions when assertion path and/or headerField is specified and the responseId is not specified.

TestScript.setup.action.operation.sourceId
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.operation.sourceId
Definition

The id of the fixture used as the body of a PUT or POST request.

Control 0..1
Type id
TestScript.setup.action.operation.targetId
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.operation.targetId
Definition

Id of fixture used for extracting the [id], [type], and [vid] for GET requests.

Control 0..1
Type id
Comments

If "url" element is specified, then "targetId", "params", and "resource" elements will be ignored as "url" element will have everything needed for constructing the request url. If "params" element is specified, then "targetId" element is ignored. For FHIR operations that require a resource (e.g. "read" and "vread" operations), the "resource" element must be specified when "params" element is specified. If "url" and "params" elements are absent, then the request url will be constructed from "targetId" fixture if present. For "read" operation, the resource and id values will be extracted from "targetId" fixture and used to construct the url. For "vread" and "history" operations, the versionId value will also be used.

TestScript.setup.action.operation.url
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.operation.url
Definition

Complete request URL.

Control 0..1
Type string
Comments

Used to set the request URL explicitly. If "url" element is defined, then "targetId", "resource", and "params" elements will be ignored. Test engines would use whatever is specified in "url" without tampering with the string (beyond encoding the URL for HTTP). Test engines do have to look for placeholders (${}) and replace the variable placeholders with the variable values at runtime before sending the request.

TestScript.setup.action.assert
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.assert
Definition

Evaluates the results of previous operations to determine if the server under test behaves appropriately.

Control 0..1
Comments

In order to evaluate an assertion, the request, response, and results of the most recently executed operation must always be maintained by the test engine.

Invariants
Defined on this element
inv-10 : tst-5 Rule Only a single assertion SHALL be present within setup action assert element. contentType.count() + expression.count() + headerField.count() + minimumId.count() + navigationLinks.count() + path.count() + requestMethod.count() + resource.count() + responseCode.count() + response.count() + rule.count() + ruleset.count() + validateProfileId.count() <=1
tst-10 Rule Setup action assert SHALL contain either compareToSourceId and compareToSourceExpression, compareToSourceId and compareToSourcePath or neither. ( expression : compareToSourceId.empty() xor (compareToSourceExpression.exists() or compareToSourcePath.exists()), xpath: (f:compareToSourceId and f:compareToSourceExpression) or (f:compareToSourceId and f:compareToSourcePath) or not(f:compareToSourceId or f:compareToSourceExpression or f:compareToSourcePath)) compareToSourcePath.exists())
inv-12 : tst-12 Rule Setup action assert response and responseCode SHALL be empty when direction equals request ( expression : (response.empty() and responseCode.empty() and direction = 'request') or direction.empty() or direction = 'response', xpath: ((count(f:response) + count(f:responseCode)) = 0 and (f:direction/@value='request')) or (count(f:direction) = 0) or (f:direction/@value='response')) inv-5 : Only a single assertion SHALL be present within setup action assert element. ( expression 'response' : contentType.count() + expression.count() + headerField.count() + minimumId.count() + navigationLinks.count() + path.count() + requestMethod.count() + resource.count() + responseCode.count() + response.count() + rule.count() + ruleset.count() + validateProfileId.count() <=1, xpath: count(f:contentType) + count(f:expression) + count(f:headerField) + count(f:minimumId) + count(f:navigationLinks) + count(f:path) + count(f:requestMethod) + count(f:resource) + count(f:responseCode) + count(f:response) + count(f:rule) + count(f:ruleset) + count(f:validateProfileId) <=1)
TestScript.setup.action.assert.label
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.assert.label
Definition

The label would be used for tracking/logging purposes by test engines.

Control 0..1
Type string
Comments

This has no impact on the verification itself.

TestScript.setup.action.assert.description
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.assert.description
Definition

The description would be used by test engines for tracking and reporting purposes.

Control 0..1
Type string
Comments

This has no impact on the verification itself.

TestScript.setup.action.assert.direction
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.assert.direction
Definition

The direction to use for the assertion.

Control 0..1
Terminology Binding AssertionDirectionType ( Required )
Type code
Comments

If the direction is specified as "response" (the default), then the processing of this assert is against the received response message. If the direction is specified as "request", then the processing of this assert is against the sent request message.

TestScript.setup.action.assert.compareToSourceId
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.assert.compareToSourceId
Definition

Id of the source fixture used as the contents to be evaluated by either the "source/expression" or "sourceId/path" definition.

Control 0..1
Type string
TestScript.setup.action.assert.compareToSourceExpression
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.assert.compareToSourceExpression
Definition

The fluentpath FHIRPath expression to evaluate against the source fixture. When compareToSourceId is defined, either compareToSourceExpression or compareToSourcePath must be defined, but not both.

Control 0..1
Type string
Comments

Thefhirpath expression to be evaluated against the expected fixture to compare to. Ignored if "assert.value" is used. The evaluation will be done before the assertion is evaluated.

TestScript.setup.action.assert.compareToSourcePath
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.assert.compareToSourcePath
Definition

XPath or JSONPath expression to evaluate against the source fixture. When compareToSourceId is defined, either compareToSourceExpression or compareToSourcePath must be defined, but not both.

Control 0..1
Type string
Comments

The XPath or JSONPath expression to be evaluated against the expected fixture to compare to. Ignored if "assert.value" is used. The evaluation will be done before the assertion is evaluated.

TestScript.setup.action.assert.contentType
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.assert.contentType
Definition

The content-type or mime-type contents to use for RESTful operation in compare against the request or response message 'Content-Type' header.

Control 0..1
Terminology Binding ContentType MimeType ( Required )
Type code
Meaning if Missing xml Comments

If this is specified, then test engine shall confirm that the content-type of the last operation's headers is set to this value. If "assert.sourceId" element is specified, then the evaluation will be done against the headers mapped to that sourceId (and not the last operation's headers). If 'xml' is specified, then 'Content-Type' header of 'application/fhir+xml' will be confirmed. If 'json' is specified, then 'application/fhir+json' will be used. If you'd like to have more control over the string, then use 'assert.headerField' instead.

TestScript.setup.action.assert.expression
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.assert.expression
Definition

The fluentpath FHIRPath expression to be evaluated against the request or response message contents - HTTP headers and payload.

Control 0..1
Type string
Comments

If both "expression" and a "fixtureId" are specified, then the expression will be evaluated against the request or response body mapped to the fixtureId. If "expression" is specified and a "fixtureId" is not, then the expression will be evaluated against the response body of the last operation. Test engines are to store the request and response body and headers of the last operation at all times for subsequent assertions.

TestScript.setup.action.assert.headerField
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.assert.headerField
Definition

The HTTP header field name e.g. 'Location'.

Control 0..1
Type string
Comments

If "headerField" is specified then "value" must be specified. If "sourceId" is not specified, then "headerField" will be evaluated against the last operation's response headers. Test engines are to keep track of the last operation's response body and response headers.

TestScript.setup.action.assert.minimumId
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.assert.minimumId
Definition

The ID of a fixture. Asserts that the response contains at a minimum the fixture specified by minimumId.

Control 0..1
Type string
Comments

Asserts that the response contains all the element/content in another fixture pointed to by minimumId. This can be a statically defined fixture or one that is dynamically set via responseId.

TestScript.setup.action.assert.navigationLinks
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.assert.navigationLinks
Definition

Whether or not the test execution performs validation on the bundle navigation links.

Control 0..1
Type boolean
Comments

Asserts that the Bundle contains first, last, and next links.

TestScript.setup.action.assert.operator
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.assert.operator
Definition

The operator type defines the conditional behavior of the assert. If not defined, the default is equals.

Control 0..1
Terminology Binding AssertionOperatorType ( Required )
Type code
Comments

Operators are useful especially for negative testing. If operator is not specified, then the "equals" operator is assumed; e.g. <code> <assert> <operator value="in" /> <responseCode value="200,201,204" /> </assert> <assert> <operator value="notEquals" /> <response value="okay"/> </assert> <assert> <operator value="greaterThan" /> <responseHeader> <field value="Content-Length" /> <value value="0" /> <responseHeader/> </responseHeader/> </assert> </code>. </code> .

TestScript.setup.action.assert.path
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.assert.path
Definition

The XPath or JSONPath expression to be evaluated against the fixture representing the response received from server.

Control 0..1
Type string
Comments

If both "path" and a "fixtureId" are specified, then the path will be evaluated against the request or response body mapped to the fixtureId. If "path" is specified and a "fixtureId" is not, then the path will be evaluated against the response body of the last operation. Test engines are to store the request and response body and headers of the last operation at all times for subsequent assertions.

TestScript.setup.action.assert.requestMethod
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.assert.requestMethod
Definition

The request method or HTTP operation code to compare against that used by the client system under test.

Control 0..1
Terminology Binding TestScriptRequestMethodCode ( Required )
Type code
Comments

If "requestMethod" is specified then it will be used in place of "value". The "requestMethod" will evaluate against the last operation's request HTTP operation.

TestScript.setup.action.assert.requestURL
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.assert.requestURL
Definition

The value to use in a comparison against the request URL path string.

Control 0..1
Type string
Comments

If "requestURL" is specified then it will be used in place of "value". The "requestURL" will evaluate against the last operation's full request URL path string.

TestScript.setup.action.assert.resource
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.assert.resource
Definition

The type of the resource. See http://hl7.org/fhir/STU3/resourcelist.html. http://build.fhir.org/resourcelist.html.

Control 0..1
Terminology Binding Any defined Resource or Data Type name
Type code
Comments

This will be expected resource type in response body e.g. in read, vread, search, etc. See http://hl7.org/fhir/STU3/resourcelist.html http://build.fhir.org/resourcelist.html for complete list of resource types; e.g. <assert > <resourceType value="Patient" </assert>.

TestScript.setup.action.assert.response
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.assert.response
Definition

okay | created | noContent | notModified | bad | forbidden | notFound | methodNotAllowed | conflict | gone | preconditionFailed | unprocessable.

Control 0..1
Terminology Binding AssertionResponseTypes ( Required )
Type code
Comments

This is a shorter way of achieving similar verifications via "assert.responseCode". If you need more control, then use "assert.responseCode" e.g. <assert> <contentType value="json" /> <response value="okay"/> </assert>.

TestScript.setup.action.assert.responseCode
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.assert.responseCode
Definition

The value of the HTTP response code to be tested.

Control 0..1
Type string
Comments

To be used with "operator" attribute value. Asserts that the response code equals this value if "operator" is not specified. If the operator is "in" or "notIn" then the responseCode would be a comma-separated list of values e.g. "200,201". Otherwise, it's expected to be a numeric value. If "fixture" is not specified, then the "responseBodyId" value of the last operation is assumed.

TestScript.setup.action.assert.rule
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.assert.rule
Definition

The TestScript.rule this assert will evaluate.

Control 0..1
Comments

Each rule should get evaluated by test engines as one assertion regardless of how many assertions are contained within the external rule template. The impact of negative rule evaluation on test script execution is the same as an assertion failure which is descibed described elsewhere in the TestScript resource.

TestScript.setup.action.assert.rule.ruleId
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.assert.rule.ruleId
Definition

The TestScript.rule id value this assert will evaluate.

Control 1..1
Type id
TestScript.setup.action.assert.rule.param
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.assert.rule.param
Definition

Each rule template can take one or more parameters for rule evaluation.

Control 0..*
Comments

The parameter value can be dynamic at runtime.

TestScript.setup.action.assert.rule.param.name
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.assert.rule.param.name
Definition

Descriptive name for this parameter that matches the external assert rule parameter name.

Control 1..1
Type string
Comments

The external rule template would be looking for the parameter by this name.

TestScript.setup.action.assert.rule.param.value
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.assert.rule.param.value
Definition

The value for the parameter that will be passed on to the external rule template.

Control 1..1
Type string
Comments

This value overwrites the value (if any) specified in TestScript.rule.param.value. The param value can be a string-representation of a number, string, or boolean that is expected. Test engines do have to look for placeholders (${}) and replace the variable placeholders with the variable values at runtime before supplying this value to the external rule template.

TestScript.setup.action.assert.ruleset
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.assert.ruleset
Definition

The TestScript.ruleset this assert will evaluate.

Control 0..1
Comments

Each rule within a ruleset should get evaluated by test engines as a separate assertion. The impact of negative rule evaluation on test script execution is the same as an assertion failure which is descibed described elsewhere in the TestScript resource. If the first rule within the ruleset results in a failed assertion, then test engines do not have to evaluate the rest of the rules within the ruleset.

TestScript.setup.action.assert.ruleset.rulesetId
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.assert.ruleset.rulesetId
Definition

The TestScript.ruleset id value this assert will evaluate.

Control 1..1
Type id
TestScript.setup.action.assert.ruleset.rule
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.assert.ruleset.rule
Definition

The referenced rule within the external ruleset template.

Control 0..*
Comments

This qualifies each param name so that a parameter with the same name can be used differently by the different rules with the ruleset.

TestScript.setup.action.assert.ruleset.rule.ruleId
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.assert.ruleset.rule.ruleId
Definition

Id of the referenced rule within the external ruleset template.

Control 1..1
Type id
TestScript.setup.action.assert.ruleset.rule.param
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.assert.ruleset.rule.param
Definition

Each rule template can take one or more parameters for rule evaluation.

Control 0..*
Comments

The parameter value can be dynamic at runtime.

TestScript.setup.action.assert.ruleset.rule.param.name
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.assert.ruleset.rule.param.name
Definition

Descriptive name for this parameter that matches the external assert ruleset rule parameter name.

Control 1..1
Type string
Comments

The external rule template would be looking for the parameter by this name.

TestScript.setup.action.assert.ruleset.rule.param.value
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.assert.ruleset.rule.param.value
Definition

The value for the parameter that will be passed on to the external ruleset rule template.

Control 1..1
Type string
Comments

This value overwrites the value (if any) specified in TestScript.ruleset.rule.param.value. The param value can be a string-representation of a number, string, or boolean that is expected. Test engines do have to look for placeholders (${}) and replace the variable placeholders with the variable values at runtime before supplying this value to the external rule template.

TestScript.setup.action.assert.sourceId
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.assert.sourceId
Definition

Fixture to evaluate the XPath/JSONPath expression or the headerField against.

Control 0..1
Type id
Comments

This can be a statically defined fixture (at the top of the testscript) or a dynamically set fixture created by responseId of the action.operation element.

TestScript.setup.action.assert.validateProfileId
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.assert.validateProfileId
Definition

The ID of the Profile to validate against.

Control 0..1
Type id
Comments

The ID of a Profile fixture. Asserts that the response is valid according to the Profile specified by validateProfileId.

TestScript.setup.action.assert.value
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.assert.value
Definition

The value to compare to.

Control 0..1
Type string
Comments

The string-representation of a number, string, or boolean that is expected. Test engines do have to look for placeholders (${}) and replace the variable placeholders with the variable values at runtime before comparing this value to the actual value.

TestScript.setup.action.assert.warningOnly
Element Id TestScript.setup.action.assert.warningOnly
Definition

Whether or not the test execution will produce a warning only on error for this assert.

Control 0..1 1..1
Type boolean
Default Value false Comments

If this element is specified and it is true, then assertion failures can be logged by test engine but should not stop the test script execution from proceeding. There are likely cases where the spec is not clear on what should happen. If the spec says something is optional (maybe a response header for example), but a server doesn’t do it, we could choose to issue a warning.

TestScript.test
Element Id TestScript.test
Definition

A test in this script.

Control 0..*
TestScript.test.name
Element Id TestScript.test.name
Definition

The name of this test used for tracking/logging purposes by test engines.

Control 0..1
Type string
TestScript.test.description
Element Id TestScript.test.description
Definition

A short description of the test used by test engines for tracking and reporting purposes.

Control 0..1
Type string
TestScript.test.action
Element Id TestScript.test.action
Definition

Action would contain either an operation or an assertion.

Control 1..*
Comments

An action should contain either an operation or an assertion but not both. It can contain any number of variables.

Invariants
Defined on this element
inv-2 : tst-2 Rule Test action SHALL contain either an operation or assert but not both. ( expression : operation.exists() xor assert.exists(), xpath: (f:operation or f:assert) and not(f:operation and f:assert)) assert.exists()
TestScript.test.action.operation
Element Id TestScript.test.action.operation
Definition

An operation would involve a REST request to a server.

Control 0..1
Type See TestScript.setup.action.operation
Invariants
Defined on this element
inv-8 : tst-8 Rule Test operation SHALL contain either sourceId or targetId or params or url. ( expression : sourceId.exists() or (targetId.count() + url.count() + params.count() = 1) or (type.code in ('capabilities' | 'search' | 'transaction' | 'history')), xpath: f:sourceId or (f:targetId or f:url or f:params) and (count(f:targetId) + count(f:url) + count(f:params) =1) or (f:type/f:code/@value='capabilities' or f:type/f:code/@value='search' or f:type/f:code/@value='transaction' or f:type/f:code/@value='history')) 'history'))
TestScript.test.action.assert
Element Id TestScript.test.action.assert
Definition

Evaluates the results of previous operations to determine if the server under test behaves appropriately.

Control 0..1
Type See TestScript.setup.action.assert
Comments

In order to evaluate an assertion, the request, response, and results of the most recently executed operation must always be maintained by the test engine.

Invariants
Defined on this element
inv-11 : tst-6 Rule Only a single assertion SHALL be present within test action assert element. contentType.count() + expression.count() + headerField.count() + minimumId.count() + navigationLinks.count() + path.count() + requestMethod.count() + resource.count() + responseCode.count() + response.count() + rule.count() + ruleset.count() + validateProfileId.count() <=1
tst-11 Rule Test action assert SHALL contain either compareToSourceId and compareToSourceExpression, compareToSourceId and compareToSourcePath or neither. ( expression : compareToSourceId.empty() xor (compareToSourceExpression.exists() or compareToSourcePath.exists()), xpath: (f:compareToSourceId and f:compareToSourceExpression) or (f:compareToSourceId and f:compareToSourcePath) or not(f:compareToSourceId or f:compareToSourceExpression or f:compareToSourcePath)) compareToSourcePath.exists())
inv-13 : tst-13 Rule Test action assert response and response and responseCode SHALL be empty when direction equals request ( expression : (response.empty() and responseCode.empty() and direction = 'request') or direction.empty() or direction = 'response', xpath: ((count(f:response) + count(f:responseCode)) = 0 and (f:direction/@value='request')) or (count(f:direction) = 0) or (f:direction/@value='response')) inv-6 : Only a single assertion SHALL be present within test action assert element. ( expression 'response' : contentType.count() + expression.count() + headerField.count() + minimumId.count() + navigationLinks.count() + path.count() + requestMethod.count() + resource.count() + responseCode.count() + response.count() + rule.count() + ruleset.count() + validateProfileId.count() <=1, xpath: count(f:contentType) + count(f:expression) + count(f:headerField) + count(f:minimumId) + count(f:navigationLinks) + count(f:path) + count(f:requestMethod) + count(f:resource) + count(f:responseCode) + count(f:response) + count(f:rule) + count(f:ruleset) + count(f:validateProfileId) <=1)
TestScript.teardown
Element Id TestScript.teardown
Definition

A series of operations required to clean up after the all the tests are executed (successfully or otherwise).

Control 0..1
TestScript.teardown.action
Element Id TestScript.teardown.action
Definition

The teardown action will only contain an operation.

Control 1..*
Comments

An action should contain either an operation or an assertion but not both. It can contain any number of variables.

TestScript.teardown.action.operation
Element Id TestScript.teardown.action.operation
Definition

An operation would involve a REST request to a server.

Control 1..1
Type See TestScript.setup.action.operation
Invariants
Defined on this element
inv-9 : tst-9 Rule Teardown operation SHALL contain either sourceId or targetId or params or url. ( expression : sourceId.exists() or (targetId.count() + url.count() + params.count() = 1) or (type.code in ('capabilities' | 'search' | 'transaction' | 'history')), xpath: f:sourceId or (f:targetId or f:url or (f:params and f:resource)) and (count(f:targetId) + count(f:url) + count(f:params) =1) or (f:type/f:code/@value='capabilities' or f:type/f:code/@value='search' or f:type/f:code/@value='transaction' or f:type/f:code/@value='history')) 'history'))