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Ruby Based Integration Test Automation


We have some backend (messaging) and GUI integration/functionality test framework which is based on the Ruby language.  In our development, integration deployment environment, we are using Bamboo services in a common way.  By this I mean that Bamboo team here are using plans to deploy and unit test the code.  Nothing unique or special in our environment.

I am very new to Bamboo and I am NOT a Java developer.  Though I worked with some other CI servers, I am trying to figure out how can I make Bamboo to connect to a test computer and then execute the ruby script and then what I need to do in my ruby script so that at the end of the execution, a PASS/FAIL result is properly returned to the Bamboo server.  Our Ruby test workstations are running MS Windows 7 or newer OS's. again nothing special there and GUI tests are performed on Chrome/IE/FF browsers.

All I am requesting from you is a basic IDEA of what I need, and how to format the returned results so that Bamboo server can pickup a .txt file (or YAML) file which is formatted the way it expects so that it displays at the end of built/deployment cycle that a proper functionality test was conducted on a remote workstation (test PC) and a PASS or FAIL was obtained....

Thank you so much in advance for starting me up on this process.  I'm a very quick learner :)



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