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Plugin Information

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Adds the ability to connect to Zermatt server and upload test execution results from a xunit formatted XML results file.


This Plugin provides the ability to connect to Zermatt server and upload test execution results from a xunit formatted XML results file.


  • Navigate to Manage Jenkins > Manage Plugins
  • Click Advanced tab
  • Upload automature-reporter.hpi file

Set Up

  • Navigate to Manage Jenkins > Configure System > Automature Plugin
  • Zermatt URL
    • Provide address of Zermatt server. If Zermatt is running at http://zermatt.automature.com and port 8080 then the url should be zermatt.automature.com:8080
  • User Name
    • Provide your Zermatt Username
    • The user must exist in Zermatt
  • Password
    • Provide your Zermatt Password
  • Test Connection** Click on Test Connection to verify if the connection is established.On successful connection, the following message will be shown. See the figure below.

Create Job

After successfully connecting to Zermatt server, create a job and configure Automature Jenkins Plugin for reporting.

Steps Involved:

  • Click on New Item. See the figure below.
  • Enter an item name. See the figure below.
  • Select Freestyle project. Click OK. See the figure below.

Job created. For example:

DemoJob created as shown in the figure below.

Configure Job

Steps Involved:

  • Select Invoke Automature Reporting from Add build step drop down list under Build. See the figure below.
  • Test Plan
    • Provide a Test Plan name where a test cycle will be created and test cases are reported.
      • The value of this field must contain a fully qualified Test Plan name preceded by the Product name separated by a dot(.)
        • For example, if product name is DemoProduct and test plan name is DemoTestPlan then the value of this field should be: DemoProduct.DemoTestPlan
      • The product and testplan under consideration must exist in Zermatt. Create a new product and testplan if it does not exist.
  • Topologyset Description
    • Provide Topologyset Description
      • If TopologySet Description is omitted, then a default TopologySet is assigned for the given Test Plan.
      • The topology (machine participating in the test execution) must exist in Zermatt. Create a new topology if it does not exist.
      • The topology must be associated with an existing topology set.
  • Testcase Naming
    • Provide a format for the testcase identifier in Zermatt.
      • You may use one of the following formats viz.
        • @classname.@name
        • @name
        • @name_jenkins
        • @classname_jenkins
      • For example if in XML report, classname="democlassname" and name="demoname", the test case identifier constructed in Zermatt for @classname.@name, @name and @name_jenkins is democlassname.demoname, demoname, demoname_jenkins and democlassname_jenkins respectively.
        • If the field is left blank then the Testcase identifier is the value of classname attribute.
  • Build Description
    • Provide a Build Description for product under consideration.
      • If Build Description is omitted then a default build is assigned.
  • Test Report
    • The file must exist in the project's workspace.
    • If the file name is TestReports.xml then the value of the field is the file name itself.
    • If the file is located in a subdirectory called dir (at workspace) then the value of the field is dir/TestReports.xml.
    • The test report file, an xml file, must be in the following format as illustrated by the figure below

  • Save configuration
    • Click on Apply and Save to save configuration.

Zermatt Prerequisites

Below is a list of things you will need to configure in Zermatt before reporting your test execution results using the Automature Jenkins Plugin.

  • Create new user
    • Existing users may skip this step.
  • Create new product
    ** Use an existing product or create a new product.
    * Add a machine
    • Use an existing machine or configure a new machine.
      • A machine can be either a physical machine or a virtual machine. Later, this machine may be referenced as a part of a topology for a test session.
  • Add a role
    • We normally use more than one machine in conducting a specific test. Each machine participates in a specific role that is assigned to it, for the purpose of a test.
  • Add a new topology for the role
    • A Topology describes a single machine participating in the execution of a Test Case. The machine is described in terms of various significant attributes, such as its role, its operating system, the software installed on it, etc.
  • Add a new topology set
    • A Topology Set describes a collection of machines required to execute a Test Case. Each machine may participate in a different role (e.g. client,server, database, Active Directory, proxy server, etc...). A test case may typically be executed on more than one topology set.
  • Associate topology to topology set
  • Create test plan
    • A test Plan identifies the following entities, viz.
      • The release and the project phase for which the plan exists.
      • The complete list of test suites (and specific test cases, contained in them) that should be executed during the course of the sprint.
      • The complete list of topology sets, where the test cases must be executed during the sprint.
  • Associate topology set to test plan

Change Log

Version 1.1.1 (Oct 7, 2016)

  • First release, split off from the core.
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