TE3270 for jruby
This gem can be used to drive a 3270 terminal emulator in a ruby environment (jruby and non-jruby). The code has been tested on jruby 1.7.10 and mruby 2.0.x You have to have a supported emulator installed on the machines on which you use the gem. Currently the only supported emulators are EXTRA! X-treme by Attachmate and Quick3270 by DN-Computing. These are commercial products and you will need to purchase one of them in order to use this gem. We do plan to support other emulators as time permits.
You can view the RDocs for this project here.
Add this line to your application’s Gemfile:
And then execute:
Or install it yourself as:
$ gem install te3270-jruby
You can create classes that are similar to page-object classes. In these classes you can define the various fields that you wish to interact with on the screen.
class MainframeScreen include TE3270 text_field(:userid, 10, 30, 20) text_field(:password, 12, 30, 20) def login(username, password) self.userid = username self.password = password end end emulator = TE3270.emulator_for :extra do |platform| platform.session_file = 'sessionfile.edp' end my_screen = MainframeScreen.new(emulator) my_screen.userid = 'the_id' my_screen.password = 'the_password'
If you are using this gem with cucumber then you can register the ScreenFactory module with the cucumber World like this:
You also need to setup some hooks to start and stop the emulator:
Begin do @emulator = TE3270.emulator_for :extra do |platform| platform.session_file = 'sessionfile.edp' end end After do TE3270.disconnect(@emulator) end
This allows you to use the
on method in your step definitions like this:
or you can use the version of
on that takes a block like this:
on(MainframeScreen) do |screen| screen.userid = 'the_id' screen.password = 'the_password' end
- Fork it
- Create your feature branch (
git checkout -b my-new-feature)
- Commit your changes (
git commit -am 'Add some feature')
- Push to the branch (
git push origin my-new-feature)
- Create new Pull Request