- installing and configuring development server
- starting and stopping development server
- create API session
- creating nodes and relationships using
- using fixed Cypher query language strings
- using Cypher query language strings with parameters
This post tests schematron-nokogiri GEM using example case from Combining Schematron with other XML Schema languages.
Amazon Web Service uses Security Group to act as a virtual firewall that controls the traffic for one or more instances. According to Amazon documentation “rules from each security group are effectively aggregated to create one set of rules”. For a better support in RSPEC to validate AWS Security Group Rules, we need to extend the built-in include matcher. The built-in include matcher works fine for validating that an implemented rule satisfies an expected rule, but needs to be extended to validate that a set of rules satisfy a given specification.
This post first demonstrates, how RSPEC built-in include matcher works in validating one rule, and presents an extension for validating a set of rules.