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How to run my tests in docker container and what remote agents should i use? Edited

I'm creating a pipeline in bamboo and I want to create a task that uses my docker file to create a docker container with all the tools, sys req 

The docker file is located in my source code repo to create a docker container

Then next step is to run the docker container

In that container i need to run my test scripts and once the tests are completed store the results in my local artifact repo

For the above scenario:

How do i push my test scripts into the docker container?

If my test data is in Excel format can i use it in Docker container?

What agents should i use ? can i use exiting stock (docker Elastic)

 

 

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Foong Atlassian Team Feb 26, 2019

How do i push my test scripts into the docker container?

The mount setting can be used so that docker container is able to access the test scripts.

If my test data is in Excel format can i use it in Docker container?

If the test scripts works fine in command line only, there won't be any problem running it in Docker container.

What agents should i use ?

The agent will need to have Docker installed in the machine.

can i use exiting stock (docker Elastic)

It will depend on your test environment.

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