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How to execute automated tests in jira? [Adaptavist]

I have automated few test cases in squish. Now how can i update the results in jira test cases

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Thiago Ribeiro [Adaptavist]
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Oct 14, 2019

Hi Sasha,

TM4J does not support/integrates with Squish, however I have had a look and found out that Squish supports (BDD) behaviour-driven development and that it is compatible with Gherkin used in tools such as Cucumber.

The good news is that TM4J also supports BDD/Gherkin and Cucumber, which means that you can annotate your tests and use our API to send the results.

You will find more information on how to use it in the following pages:

Annotating Test Cases


I hope this helps you and clarify your questions.

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