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cypress-testrail-reporter

This little tool will help you to parse and post cypress test results to testrail.

Preconditions

This tools works with Mochawesome Json Reports. So please make sure you have the following packages installed:

yarn add --dev mocha mochawesome mochawesome-merge

Example Configuration of the Mochawesome Reporter (cypress.json):

    "reporter": "mochawesome",
    "reporterOptions": {
        "reportDir": "test/cypress/results",
        "reportFilename": "mochawesomeReport.json",
        "overwrite": false,
        "html": false,
        "json": true
    },

This tool internally uses @sum.cumo/Node-TestRail (https://github.com/sumcumo/Node-TestRail) as Testrail API Client.

Installation

yarn add --dev @sum.cumo/cypress-testrail-reporter

Testrail Case Ids

In order to link you cypress tests to testrail cases it's required to provide the actual Testrail CaseId(s) in your tests title. Example:

it('should do something [123]', () => {})

Or

describe('Feature Tests [123]', () => {

  it('should do something', () => {})
  
})

The above examples will link the results of the test to a case C123 (C is the testrail Case Prefix. Case IDs are numerical)

Config

The Testrail Reporter gets its config from your cypress.json and / or provided cli arguments.

Configuration via cypress.json

Add a testrailReporter section to your Cypress Config. You can provide the following:

Argument Description
projectId The ID of your Testrail Project
suiteId Testrails Suite Id
branchReferenceRegex This Reporter will create JIRA References if this regex is matching your Branch name
host The Address of your running Testrail Application (API)
username A Username for Authentication against Testrail API
password The corresponding password or API token
reportFilename The relative path to your mochawesome report, eg ./test/cypress/results/result.json
includeAll . Whether include all test cases to current test run, Default: false

Example:

{
    ...
    "testrailReporter": {
        "projectId": "1",
        "suiteId": "2",
        "branchReferenceRegex": "((feat|chore)-\\d*)",
        "host": "https://example.testrail.io/",
        "user": "some@one.com",
        "password": "YOUR_PASSWORD",
        "includeAll": true
    },

Configuration via CLI Arguments

You can also provide the arguments name password and host within the cli like

yarn cypress-testrail-reporter --user some@one.com --password YOUR_PASSWORD --host https://example.testrail.io/

Usage

As soon as your Mochawesome Report was generated you can execute the following

yarn cypress-testrail-reporter --name NAME_OF_YOUR_TESTRUN

This will create a new or update an existing Testrun with the given name and will report all results found in your Mochawesome Report.

Attachments

yarn cypress-testrail-reporter --name NAME_OF_YOUR_TESTRUN --attach test/cypress/results/report.html --assets test/cypress/videos test/cypress/screenshots --assetsArchiveName CUSTOM_NAME_FOR_YOUR_ARCHIVE

This will create a new or update an existing Testrun with the given name and will report all results found in your Mochawesome Report. Afterwards it will attach a report.html to this run and create an archive containing all provided assets and attach it as well.

Argument Description
name The Name of your Testrail Run
suiteId Testrails suite Id
reportFilename The relative path to your report (from process.cwd).Example: result.json Default: testrailReporter.reportFilename
closeRun Whether to close the run automatically or not. Default: false
host The Address of your running Testrail Application (API)
username A Username for Authentication against Testrail API
password The corresponding password
assets Provide Assets Paths if you want to attach them to a run
assetsArchiveName Provide a custom archive Name. Default: cypressAssets
attach Provide further attachments like reports

Further Details:

yarn cypress-testrail-reporter --help

CI Integration

This Reporter is intended to be used in your CI / CD Pipeline.

Integration Test:
  scripts:
   - yarn cypress # Run your cypress tests
   - yarn cypress-testrail-reporter --name $CI_COMMIT_REF_SLUG --user $TESTRAIL_USERNAME --password $TESTRAIL_PASSWORD

The Example above will report result for the current branch and uses global variables for authentication. So you don't have to store credentials within your project and can use Gitlab CI Variables instead.

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