Search…
Zephyr (Enterprise Level)
Zephyr Integration in Avo Assure

Introduction

Zephyr integration with Avo Assure is the feature that allows:
  1. 1.
    Mapping Zephyr test case(s) along with its requirements to Avo Assure scenario(s), and
  2. 2.
    Updating the status of execution in Zephyr, after the execution of the test suite has been performed in Avo Assure.

Prerequisites

For Zephyr Test Cases Mapping

  1. 1.
    Ensure that the Zephyr Enterprise URL is working.
  2. 2.
    In order to integrate Zephyr with Avo Assure, ensure that the Zephyr Enterprise instance is up.
Zephyr Enterprise
Note: To perform Zephyr Integration with Assure, the following are required:
  • Test cases should be available in the Zephyr instance.
  • In Zephyr, a custom status named ‘TERMINATE’ should be created and it should be ensured that this status has the ID ‘11’.
Zephyr Custom Status
3. Scenarios should be available in Avo Assure.

For Zephyr Test Case Requirements Mapping

In order to map the requirements of a Zephyr test case to an Avo Assure Scenario, the Zephyr test case has to be mapped to requirements in the Zephyr Enterprise tool.
Note:
  • Ensure Zephyr Enterprise URL is working.
  • Ensure Zephyr Enterprise instance is up.
The requirements creation in Zephyr Enterprise can be done by following the steps mentioned here.
For Zephyr Enterprise (version: 6.9), follow the steps below to create requirement(s) and map the zephyr test cases to the created requirement(s) in Zephyr Enterprise:
  1. 1.
    Log in to Zephyr Enterprise with valid credentials.
Zephyr Enterprise
2. Navigate to the ‘Requirements’ section.
Zephyr Enterprise Landing Screen
3. After navigating to the requirements section, the following screen will be displayed.
Zephyr Enterprise Requirement Screen
4. Create the folder structure as required or create the folder structure as present in the Test Repository. To create a folder, click on the three dots that are visible on hovering the cursor next to the main folder name and click on the “Add folder” option.
Zephyr Enterprise Requirement Screen
5. Select the folder to create the requirement, click on the “Add” option this will create the requirement.
Zephyr Enterprise Requirement Screen – Creation of Requirement
6. Click on the newly created requirement i.e., “untitled requirement”. On click of it, The following screen will be displayed. In this screen, the user can change the name of the requirement, map the test case and also add a description to the requirement.
Zephyr Enterprise Requirement Screen – Modifying created Requirement
7. To change the requirement name, click on the highlighted textbox and enter the required name.
Zephyr Enterprise Requirement Screen – Changing the Requirement name
8. To add the description for the requirement, click on the highlighted textbox and enter the description.
Zephyr Enterprise Requirement Screen – Updating Requirement Description
9. To map the Zephyr test cases to the requirement, click on the ‘Map’ button.
Zephyr Enterprise Requirement Screen – Mapping Zephyr test cases to a requirement
10. After clicking the ‘Map’ button, the following window will be displayed.
Zephyr Enterprise Requirement Screen – Mapping window
11. Go to the folder where the test cases are present (test cases required to map with the current requirement).
Zephyr Enterprise Requirement Screen – Mapping window
12. Select the test cases to which the requirement must be mapped. After selecting the test cases, click on the ‘Save’ button to save the mappings.
Mapping screen