View qTest on the plugin site for more information.
qTest by QASymphony now integrates seamlessly with Jenkins, helping make your Continuous Integration process more efficient.
When creating builds in Jenkins, your JUnit test results can be sent directly to your qTest Test Case Management software as test runs and test logs. This lets your team review the quality of your build process over time and across different environments, helping you quickly identify problem areas.
The qTest for Jenkins add-on will collect JUnit test results from your builds and submit them as Test Runs and Test Logs to qTest. The qTest plugin supports all testing frameworks that are capable of generating JUnit XML format test reports.
After installing, you can set up a post build action and easily configure the connection to your qTest project (shown below).
Major features include:
- Test Cases, Test Runs and Test logs automatically created in qTest for executed JUnit tests
- View JUnit test results for build deployments
- Track JUnit test results across multiple builds
- Export JUnit test execution results – Build by Build or Test by Test
- View the submission status of JUnit tests sent to qTest (shown below)
- Import test cases based of method or class
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1.3.1 (Apr 06, 2018)
1.3.0 (Mar 12, 2018)
1.2.1 (Feb 08, 2018)
1.1.8 (Aug 30 2016)
- Release with qTest 7.10.*
1.1.7 (Aug 24 2016)
- Release with qTest 7.10.2
1.1.6 (Jul 11 2016)
- Release with qTest 7.9.0
1.1.5 (Jan 25 2016)
- Release with qTest 7.2.2
1.1.4 (Jan 17 2016)
- Release with qTest 7.2.0
1.1.3 (Jan 04 2016)
- Release with qTest 7.1.0
1.1.2 (Dec 13 2015)
- Helios Release
1.1.1 (Nov 17 2015)
- Beta Release
1.0 (Nov 13 2015)
- Initial release