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JIRA/XRAY - automated test tools supported

good morning fellow JIRA admins, I would like to take the big step of generating automated scripts in XRAY.  I would like to use Selenium as the application I plan on testing is web based.

Has anyone done this and what were the pro's and cons?


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Sergio Freire - Xblend
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Sep 03, 2021

Hi @Janine Cox ,

I'm not sure if I've understood you correctly. Can you give an example of what you would like to achieve?

Do you want to specify the automated scripts somehow in Xray? 

If so, well it's possible but you would need to implement the logic to handle those.

There are some teams that automate Gherkin (e.g. Cucumber, SpecFlow, Behave) based scenarios specified on Jira by using Xray. The glue-code is stored elsewhere, on git for example.



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