In order to facilitate the import of your test results. We have created a suite of tests that perform this work. Those test are in our public GIT repository: Bitbucket How to set up Jenkins Follow the following steps In Source Code Management Go to your Jenkins and create a new Maven Job Choose a good and representative name. Go to "Source…
Requirement Have your cloud or onprem instance (General on-premise How-To document). Getting startedOnce the product is installed, you'd need to add the data from your product. Go to your URL, like http://localhost or https://mycompany.ttriage.com Login with firstname.lastname@example.org / t-triageAdm Go to Menu > Admin Panel > ProductsAdd a product…
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Besides that the app can perform to PULL automatically every certain period of time, you can perform a PUSH from Jenkins using two methods: You can use the Jenkins plugin especially tailor-made for tTriage Follow the configuration details How-To: Jenkins Plugin Configuration about how to use it Or, you can use the tests to push the results:…
In the CI Plugin you need to complete the API URL, the ClientId and SecrectId generated in the tool and indicate the view (or the job if its a job only push) to import: How-To: Pull / Push configuration
The tool has two way to import the data from CI: Pull and Push modes. Those configuration are in the "CI Connectors > Advance options" section: Pull: the tool will pull data according to the CI configuration. This is an automated process and it will run periodically a couple of time at day. You need to complete the following form: …