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Samples Distributed With The Source Code

Contributing to Samples

There is a samples/contrib directory that is dedicated to contributed samples. You are more than welcome to contribute your samples there.

To contribute a sample, just create a directory that is reasonably unique for you. E.g. use your company name, your nick name or something similar. Then place samples inside that directory. If there are several sets of samples (e.g. several user stories) then pleace each set in a separate sub-directory. It is recommended to write a short description of the sample in a README file in each directory.


Before midPoint 4.0 the samples were maintained in midPoint source code. Since midPoint 4.0 the samples were separated to a dedicated project.

Other Samples

Story Tests

MidPoint contains a set of "story tests". Such tests implement almost complete midPoint deployment scenarios with all the configuration, resources and policies. These tests have a configuration that is almost real-world but the individual resources and data are simplified so we are able to automatically execute them as integration tests. This helps to make sure that midPoint works in situations that are very close to reality.

As the story tests contain almost complete sophisticated scenarios they are not only interesting to developers but also to system engineers. The configuration used in story tests can be used as an inspiration for midPoint configuration in similar real-world scenarios. Therefore pages like this one document the story tests. Each page describes the basic idea of the test and the most important part of the configuration that is used in the test.

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