How to Run the Pre-Deployment Test
The Pre-Deployment Tests are available via the Auth0 Support Center.
Once you've logged in to your account, click Tenants in the navigation bar.
You'll see a listing of all tenants associated with your Auth0 account. Each tenant displays in its own box. Identify the tenant for which you want to run the Pre-Deployment Tests, and click on the gear icon located in the top right-hand corner of its box.
Click Run Production Check to launch the testing interface.
At this point, you'll be able to select one or more Applications associated with this tenant for which you want tests run.
Once you've selected your applications, click Run Check.
When the test is complete, your screen will automatically refresh to display your test results.
There are three types of test results: Required, Recommended, and Best Practices.
|Required||These tests check to see if you are missing any steps you must complete before deploying to Production, otherwise you'll see errors.|
|Recommended||These tests check to see if you are missing any steps recommended by Auth0. While you do not have to complete the steps suggested, we recommend that you at least review the results to see if any of them are helpful to your implementation.|
|Best Practices||These areas are ones where Auth0 cannot check using automates tests. We list areas of possible concern, and we suggest that you review your implementation to see if you're compliant with Auth0 recommendations.|
How to Read Your Results Set
The following are possible results for your test: Passed, Failed, Unable to Verify.
Under each set of test results, Auth0 tells you how many tests your Application passed, as well as how many tests your Applications failed.
If your Applications failed one or more tests, Auth0 provides you:
- The name of the test
- Information on what the test is looking for
- Details on the error thrown to and retrieved by the test
- Hyperlink to the appropriate area where you can make the required fixes so that your Application passes the test
All of the tests that your Application passed are grouped together at the bottom of the results set. You can view the name of and information about the test, as well as review the associated documentation and use the hyperlink to go to the corresponding configuration area where you can make changes (if desired).