zephyr-import
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Zephyr

Parsing data generated from Selenium or Jest (WIP) and import it to extension for JIRA:Zephyr as reports of automation testing! In the current(latest) version u are able to do:

  • select for which JIRA project u wanna import parsed data
  • select who executed tests, so who has correct access rights defined in configZephyrUser.json
  • create specific cycle for version to which reports will imported
    • cycle is parsed from branch, so when u have prepared release/X.X.X branch, it will create cycle RELEASE and placed this cycle to executions for version X.X.X
    • in the case u do not wanna to have cycle named as RELEASE, u can name it as u want. F.i. development_cycle and it will create cycle with specified name to version from selected branch X.X.X
    • in the case that there is no version specified, so branch is called f.i. development, production or feature/name > reports will imported as Ad Hoc
  • TODO:
    • specify Assignee, so to which user the executed tests will assigned
    • divide tests in cycle to folders
    • run specific tests via specified components of main TEST issue
    • ...

Package for import reports to Jira extension Zephyr should be correctly installed for project wehre it will be used, so correctly placed in package.json of project.

FILE STRUCTURE OF PACKAGE IMPLEMENTATION

.
├── Home directory                        # project where package is installed - here must be configs placed after instalation of npm package
     └── configZephyr.json                # configuration of Project, API version of Apiari (Zephyr), inputs for run script as executor, branch, custom cycle name
                                          # ids, keys, tokens for reporter (or ...) which use the zephyr script
     └── node_modules                     # node modules of project fro where zephyr-import package is installed
          └── zephyr-import               # project
               └── README
               └── ...

Zephyr default options example

  • jiraProjectID: ID of project, ussually number. U can find it in project URL.
  • base_api_call: DEVELOPMENT: default value, DO NOT CHANGE IT if u do not wanna update implementation
  • zephyrApiVersion: DEVELOPMENT: default value, DO NOT CHANGE IT if u do not wanna update implementation
  • reportsDir: Selenium reported generate JSONs as tests results. So each IT() of test === one generate JSON. Script needs to have path to mentioned JSON. See example lower in shell script
  • exectuor: who is running the script and his params are defined in user config above
  • version: so branch. This is the input from which selected version is found and new cycle is linked to version found.
  • cycle: custom cycle name. So if u do not wanna to have name parsed from version paramater, u can put custom name of cycle which will be linked to version found by param version
  • skip_duplicityCycle_verify: if set to true, possible to create same cycle name for one version

User setup example

  • account_id: u can find it in url when u open your profile in JIRA: project.atlassian.net/jira/people/{{account_id}}
  • access_key: key to access for zephyr API. Go in JIRA: Apps/Zephyr/API Keys >> copy Access key
  • secret_key: key to access for zephyr API. Go in JIRA: Apps/Zephyr/API Keys >> copy Secret key >> do not send it to external users (security)
  • jira_token: go to Manage profile url: https://id.atlassian.com/manage-profile/security/api-tokens, and generate your new token
// configZephyr.json
{
  "zephyrDefaultOptions": {
    "jiraProjectId": 10000,
    "base_api_call": "https://prod-api.zephyr4jiracloud.com/connect",
    "zephyrApiVersion": "1.0",
    "reportsDir": "./reports/jsons",
    "executor": "user_name",
    "version": "release/2.5.5",
    "cycle": "RELEASE",
    "skip_duplicityCycle_verify": false,
  }, 
  "user_name": {
    "account_id": "6x483..xx...08bd4",
    "access_key": "MD...xxx...........kFVTFRfT..xxx...RQ",
    "secret_key": "ALBJgdcccxxxxx.....y2DtadVI.....WUfgp..xx",
    "jira_token": "5qAvm...xxxx...4BD"
  },
}

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