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pytest plugin for creating TestRail runs and adding results

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This is a pytest plugin for creating/editing testplans or testruns based on pytest markers. The results of the collected tests will be updated against the testplan/testrun in TestRail.

Installation

pip install pytest-testrail

Configuration

Config for Pytest tests

Add a marker to the tests that will be picked up to be added to the run.

from pytest_testrail.plugin import testrail

@testrail('C1234', 'C5678')
def test_foo():
    # test code goes here

# OR

from pytest_testrail.plugin import pytestrail

@pytestrail.case('C1234', 'C5678')
def test_bar():
    # test code goes here

See a more detailed example here.

Config for TestRail

  • Settings file template config:
[API]
url = https://yoururl.testrail.net/
email = user@email.com
password = <api_key>

[TESTRUN]
assignedto_id = 1
project_id = 2
suite_id = 3

Or

  • Set command line options (see below)

Usage

Basically, the following command will create a testrun in TestRail, add all marked tests to run. Once the all tests are finished they will be updated in TestRail:

py.test --testrail --tr-config=<settings file>.cfg

All available options

--testrail            Create and update testruns with TestRail
--tr-config=TR_CONFIG
                      Path to the config file containing information about
                      the TestRail server (defaults to testrail.cfg)
--tr-url=TR_URL       TestRail address you use to access TestRail with your
                      web browser (config file: url in API section)
--tr-email=TR_EMAIL   Email for the account on the TestRail server (config
                      file: email in API section)
--tr-password=TR_PASSWORD
                      Password for the account on the TestRail server
                      (config file: password in API section)
--tr-testrun-assignedto-id=TR_TESTRUN_ASSIGNEDTO_ID
                      ID of the user assigned to the test run (config file:
                      assignedto_id in TESTRUN section)
--tr-testrun-project-id=TR_TESTRUN_PROJECT_ID
                      ID of the project the test run is in (config file:
                      project_id in TESTRUN section)
--tr-testrun-suite-id=TR_TESTRUN_SUITE_ID
                      ID of the test suite containing the test cases (config
                      file: suite_id in TESTRUN section)
--tr-testrun-name=TR_TESTRUN_NAME
                      Name given to testrun, that appears in TestRail
                      (config file: name in TESTRUN section)
--tr-run-id=TR_RUN_ID
                      Identifier of testrun, that appears in TestRail. If
                      provided, option "--tr-testrun-name" will be ignored
--tr-plan-id=TR_PLAN_ID
                      Identifier of testplan, that appears in TestRail. If
                      provided, option "--tr-testrun-name" will be ignored
--tr-version=TR_VERSION
                      Indicate a version in Test Case result.
--tr-no-ssl-cert-check
                      Do not check for valid SSL certificate on TestRail
                      host
--tr-close-on-complete
                      Close a test plan or test run on completion.
--tr-dont-publish-blocked
                      Do not publish results of "blocked" testcases in
                      TestRail

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