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Sycronise pytest results to Jira RMsis

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Pytest Rmsis Plugin

This plugin synchronize test reports to Jira RMsis. Following test attributes are synchronized:

  • Run result: passed, failed, skipped
  • Description of testcase
  • Jira requirement

Free software: MIT license


pip install pytest-rmsis


In order to synchronize test result with RMsis, you have to specify a few parameters:

  • RMsis User Name
  • RMsis Password
  • RMsis URL
  • RMsis Project Name (for example: DLE_RMsis_CI_integration)
  • RMsis Release Name (for example: helbling-test-framework)
  • Optional RMsis Testrun Name (otherwise the Testrun is named: Pytest)

These parameters can directly be set in the shell:

pytest --rmsis \
       --rmsis-user <USERNAME> \
       --rmsis-password <PASSWORD> \
       --rmsis-url \
       --rmsis-project "My Project" \
       --rmsis-release "My Release" \
       --rmsis-testrun "My Testrun"

or in the pytest.ini:

addopts = --rmsis 
          --rmsis-user <USERNAME> 
          --rmsis-password <PASSWORD> 
          --rmsis-project "My Project" 
          --rmsis-release "My Release" 
          --rmsis-testrun "My Release"

The flag --rmsis is the On/Off flag for the synchronisation. So if you don't want to synchronize with RMsis, remove it from the parameter list.

All parameters can also be configured by environment variables: RMSIS_USR, RMSIS_PSW, RMSIS_URL, RMSIS_PROJECT, RMSIS_RELEASE and RMSIS_TESTRUN.


Each test in pytest has an unique identification based on the file path of the test and the class name and the test name: r/ This unique identifier is used as the name of a testcase. This allows to have a mapping of testcases in RMsis to testcases in pytest.

RMsis Screenshot


The doc-string of a test is synchronized as description by each pytest execution. The description in Rmsis will be overwritten.

def test_me():
       """Description which is synchronized"""
       assert True

Planned Requirements

If a test is marked with @pytest.mark.rmsis_requirement("KEY"), the test case is linked to the planned requirement with the key.

def test_me():
       assert True

If the key changes in the python test, the old linking will not be deleted in RMsis. It has to be deleted manually.

Temporary Disable Synchronization

The synchronization can be disabled on function-scope:

def test_me():
       assert True


  1. Does pytest delete testcases in RMsis? - No testcases are deleted
  2. What happens if a testcase is renamed in pytest? - Pytest will create a new testcase in RMsis. You have to manually delete the old testcase in RMsis.
  3. What will happen if a testcase in RMsis is deleted? - Pytest will create a new testcase in RMsis
  4. Are steps synchronized to RMsis? - No, native pytest does not support the concept of steps. pytest-steps is not supported.
  5. Can attachements be uploaded to RMsis as result of a testrun? - No, the RMsis API does not support the upload of attachements.


  1. Synchronization of Categories: @pytest.mark.rmsis_cateogry("category")
  2. Overwrite test case name: @pytest.mark.rmsis_testcase("Name of testcase")
  3. Porting to Rmsis on Jira Cloud

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