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Testery CLI

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Testery CLI

To install you must have Python 3 and pip installed, then run:

pip install --upgrade testery

Create Test Run

Starts a test run.

testery create-test-run --token <yourTesteryApiToken> --project <projectKeyFromTestery> --build-id <uniqueBuildIdOfYourChoice> --environment <environmentToBeTested> --wait-for-results

When set, --fail-on-failure, will return an exit code of 1 if there are test failures.

Output Formats

  • teamcity
  • pretty
  • json
  • appveyor
  • octopus

Create Test Environment

Creates an environment where tests may be run.

testery create-environment --token <yourTesteryApiToken> --key "<key>" --name "<name>" --variable "KEY1=FOO1" --variable "KEY2=FOO2" --variable "secure:KEY3=SECRET"

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