Plugin Information View TestFairy on the plugin site for more information. Older versions of this plugin may not be safe to use. Please review the following warnings before using an older version:
View TestFairy on the plugin site for more information.
Older versions of this plugin may not be safe to use. Please review the following warnings before using an older version:
How to use
Select TestFairy iOS/Android Uploader from Add post-build action menu
* The API Key can be found in your account settings
To make sure Jenkins also uploads your iOS dSYMs to TestFairy, configure the Xcode that builds the app on the Jenkins server to run a special script. Follow these instructions.
The resulted TestFairy links will be listed in the console output
Important for Advanced Uploader only:
- You should configure the "Path To Keystore file" and the corresponding storepass & alias.
- You should configure "TestFairy Android Environment" on http://localhost:8080/configure for example:
In order to add your own changelog or comments, please create a text file in the following location: $JENKINS_HOME/jobs/$JOB_NAME/builds/$BUILD_ID/testfairy_change_log
The content of this file will override the default changelog.
Private Cloud / On-Premise support
In case you are using our Private Cloud or On-Premise product
Under section Global Properties, check Environment variables checkbox. Now Jenkins allow us to add key and value pairs.
The name should be TESTFAIRY_UPLOADER_SERVER and the value will be your server domain.
"The server will be https://YOUR-PRIVATE-SERVER-SUBDOMAIN.testfairy.com/"
This plugin was developed and open sourced by TestFairy
The past plugin was developed by 3Pillar Global