This documentation is for Magento 1.x. For Magento 2.x, see here.
For Homebrew users, Docker Machine is available via homebrew/core and VirtualBox is available via homebrew/cask.
brew update brew cask install virtualbox brew install docker-machine
Once VirtualBox and Docker Machine are installed, you will need to create a new machine (VM).
docker-machine create magento
This will generate a new VM where the Docker processes will run. Lastly, you will need to export several
docker-machine variables to your shell environment, in order for
docker-machine to work properly.
eval $(docker-machine env magento)
To get started, verify Docker is running properly.
If the daemon process (
dockerd) has yet to be started, you will receive an error.
Next, we're going to use the prebuilt Magento 1.x setup provided by dockerized-magento. It will supply us with all of the necessary components we need to run Magento 184.108.40.206 locally.
git clone https://github.com/andreaskoch/dockerized-magento.git cd dockerized-magento ./magento start
Setup can take awhile the first time around, so be patient and follow the instructions to avoid issues.
Once dockerized-magento setup is complete, we need to update the payment methods configuration.
- From admin panel, navigate to System → Configuration → Sales → Payment Methods
- Click on Cash On Delivery Payment and set Enabled to No
- Click on Authorize.net (not Authorize.net Direct Post) and set the following fields:
- Enabled to Yes
- Payment Action to Authorize and Capture
- API Login ID to your Sandbox API Login ID
- Merchant's Email to the email used for your Sandbox account
- Transaction Key to your Sandbox Transaction Key
- Click Save Config
- If you have caching enabled, clear the config cache.
Once the payment gateway has been configured, we need to install Test Live Checkout. If you are unfamiliar with installing Magento extensions, a great resource to get started is The Ultimate Guide to Installing Magento Extensions.
After installing the extension, complete the following:
- From Admin area, navigate to System → Configuration → Test Live Checkout (left sidebar)
- Under General Settings, set Enable Live Checkout Testing to Yes
- Generate random 32 character alphanumeric string1 and paste into Authentication Token field.
- Under Log Settings, set Enable Logging to Yes.
- Click Save Config
After configuring the extension, we can start running automated browser tests.
Create a workspace directory and fetch a copy of the authorizenet.js Puppeteer script:
mkdir tlc-puppeteer && cd tlc-puppeteer curl -fsLO \ https://docs.auroraextensions.com/magento/extensions/1.x/testlivecheckout/1.1.0/puppeteer/src/guest-checkout/authorizenet.js
The authorizenet.js Puppeteer script requires the environment variable
TLC_AUTH_TOKEN to be present. Using the authentication
token we created earlier, export
TLC_AUTH_TOKEN to your shell environment.
Next, install the puppeteer package via
npm install puppeteer
Last but not least, let's run the script.
Once the process has completed, you will be left with 9 PNGs showing various stages of checkout, and a GIF of all screenshots merged.
To see what the end result will look like, take a look at Guest Checkout.
- There are many ways to generate random, secure alphanumeric strings. Below is just one of many such ways:
LC_CTYPE=C tr -dc A-Za-z0-9 < /dev/urandom | head -c 32 | xargs ;