python package providing functionality for Jira Test Management (tm4j)
This python package provides functionality for Jira Test Management (tm4j).
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To install adaptavist, you can use the following command(s):
python -m pip install adaptavist
To uninstall adaptavist, you can use the following command:
python -m pip uninstall adaptavist
adaptavist is using the REST API of Adaptavist Test Management for Jira Server (see https://docs.adaptavist.io/tm4j/server/api/) and Jira's internal REST API, both with HTTP Basic authentication.
In order to access Adaptavist/Jira, valid credentials are necessary. In addition,
getpass.getuser().lower() must be a known Jira user as well.
Examples and Features
from adaptavist import Adaptavist # create a new instance atm = Adaptavist(jira_server, jira_username, jira_password) # create a test plan test_plan_key = atm.create_test_plan(project_key="TEST", test_plan_name="my test plan") # create a test cycle (formerly test run) with a set of test cases and add it to test plan test_run_key = atm.create_test_run(project_key="TEST", test_run_name="my test cycle", test_cases=["TEST-T1"], test_plan_key=test_plan_key) # as test cycle creation also creates/initializes test results, we can just edit these atm.edit_test_script_status(test_run_key=test_run_key, test_case_key="TEST-T1", step=1, status="Pass") # (optional) edit/overwrite the overall execution status of the test case (by default this is done automatically when editing status of a single step) atm.edit_test_result_status(test_run_key=test_run_key, test_case_key="TEST-T1", status="Pass")
There's much more inside (like adding attachments, creating folders and environments, cloning test cycles). Additional code examples will follow.
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