Discover everything you need to know about Test Modeller’s Git integration:


How to Trigger Automation Execution

This video will show you how to trigger an execution of automation code that has been generated within Test Modeller, this is done by using a Git connector and configuring your execution settings.

How to Trigger Automation Execution Demo Video

Source Control Connection for Git

In this section, we'll be covering how to connect Test Modeller to the source control management tool your automation framework is stored in.

Prerequisites

Here, we'll be installing all the prerequisites you need to get started with connecting Test Modeller to your source control.

  1. Install Git locally on the machine. You can use the following URL for windows – https://git-scm.com/download/win

  2. Make sure git is functional and recognised by the windows command prompt by calling git --version in the command line.

  3. It is good practice to manually make sure you can clone the repository you want to use with Test Modeller on the machine VIP server is installed on. Within a temporary directory, you can perform a clone by calling the git clone command. We can pull selenium using git clone https://github.com/CuriositySoftwareIreland/TestModeller-JavaSeleniumFramework

Once complete, you should notice the repository is cloned in the specified directory.

Source Control Demo Video

Execution Settings for Git

In this section, we'll be covering how to configure Test Modeller to automatically execute test cases when generating and publishing new automation code.

Execution Settings for Git Demo Video

TEST MODELLER CONNECTIONS AND INTEGRATIONS