A simple command-line utility to generate test lead posts with fake data
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This LeadConduit test script takes a posting URL, and an optional list of standard field names. It generates fake but legitimate-looking data and posts it to the given URL.


Suitable for global installation:

npm install -g @activeprospect/testlead


Usage is: testlead [ -d "key1=val1,key2=val2" ] [ -o [ -b browsername ]] [ -p n ] url [ fields...]

$ testlead https://next.staging.leadconduit.com/flows/549093d1600f56d6475fa79f/sources/541887ea14251b0336f9dba1/submit email first_name city postal_code

Lead posted for Cesar.Kulas@gmail.com to https://next.staging.leadconduit.com/flows/549093d1600f56d6475fa79f/sources/541887ea14251b0336f9dba1/submit ({"outcome":"success","lead":{"id":"5ab0239c1438145681fbc025"}})

-d - define data to not fake

The data sent for the fields listed at the end of the command string (or the default field set, if none listed) is random, fake data. Use the -d option to include set, non-fake data in your test lead. For example, if your flow has a filter to reject juveniles and anyone outside of Texas, you could force those values with -d "age=19&state=TX&foo=bar bip bap" (note that if you provide more than one value, or a value with spaces, you'll need to quote the value or escape those characters).

-o & -b - open leads in your browser

Specify this flag to open the posted lead's detail in LeadConduit in your default browser (or in the browser you specify with -b).

-v - verbose

Output verbose details about the request (URL and body) and response (status, body, headers, and err).

-p - set probability to randomize repeated runs

This option adds some randomness, and is most useful in crontab-scripted scenarios. Using this, you can schedule the script to run on a simple every-minute schedule, but control the overall rate of posts to something less than one per minute.

If -p (or --probability) is given, with a number between 0 and 100, the script will generate a number in that range, and only post a lead if the value is less than this optional value.

For example, with -p 10, a lead will only be posted about 10% of the time, whereas with -p 95, a post will usually happen.

The output will state when the probability isn't met:

Skipping post to https://next.staging.leadconduit.com/flows/549093d1600f56d6475fa79f/sources/541887ea14251b0336f9dba1/submit

fields - specify what fields to fake

The final parameter supported is a list of LeadConduit-standard fields. If not specified, the test lead will be made up of email, first_name, and last_name.

The first parameter listed (or email if none are given) is used in the log output.

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