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Test Step Attachment using Zephyr Json Object and Java Edited

Hi,

Can you provide me a sample to show attachment upload to test steps results using json object and Java.

 

I have got the URL ready but how do you upload attachement?

latest/attachment?entityId=" + ts.getStepResultId()  + "=&entityType=stepResult"

 Is it entityId=  step id or stepresult id? 

Is it entityType = TestStepResult?

 

Please help!

Thanks,

Preetha

 

1 answer

Hi Preetha

Thanks for your interest in Zephyr.

Please refer the knowledge base link below that descripes the attachment at test step execution level in Zephyr for Jira Cloud (ZAPI Cloud)

There is a sample Java code too attached at the end of the article

https://support.getzephyr.com/hc/en-us/articles/115002187443-Sample-java-code-to-upload-test-execution-attachment

Below is for Zephyr for Jira Server (ZAPI Server)

https://support.getzephyr.com/hc/en-us/articles/202466019-Sample-Add-Attachment-to-Execution

Thanks

ZephyrSupport

Thank You. Will try the sample. So its not just entityid and entityname you pass with the URL as mentioned here?

http://docs.getzephyr.apiary.io/#reference/attachmentresource/add-attachment-into-entity/add-attachment-into-entity?console=1

 

Arun's reply is notmatching what is mentioned in Zephyr API document. Why is it different?

 

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