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[Refer Me QA] JMeter Workshop Start from 24th December

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We are going to start our new batch from this Saturday 24th December. Please reply to us only with following details-

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– 40 hours session

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[Refer Me QA] JMeter Workshop Start from 24th December

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Integration of Selenium Webdriver with Test link

This Post will describes how to integrate Testlink- Selenium. i.e. executing the test cases and updating the status in the Testlink.

To do this 2 different approaches are there.

1)  Using Eclipse-Selenium Web driver.

2)  Using Jenkins-Selenium Web driver.

Before going to execute the test cases using Jenkins or Eclipse, first thing we need to do some Settings in the TestLink.

Edit config.inc.php file, go to line number 379, and add this line

$tlCfg->api->enabled = TRUE;

Test link:

1) API access Key-Test link :

This key will provide an interface between selenium web driver  test cases to Test link, to generate this key, go to Test link–> Setting–> API interface Section– >Click on Generate Key.

2) Enable Test Automation(API Keys) :

Go to Test link interface and Enable the check box for the Project which we have created for automation.

3) Create a Project in Test link.

4) Create test suite under project and write the Manual test cases and Select Execution type as Automated.

5) Create test plan, build and assign the test cases to the plan.

6) Create a Custom filed in Testlink (Java Class) add it to the project.

Create Test Plan under the Project.

 

Create Custom Fields as “Java Class ” and assigned to the Test Plan.

Add the automated test cases to the Test plan

After configuring all the above in the Testlink write the code into the eclipse using below code.

Eclipse-Selenium Web driver Test cases:

1)      Download Test link-api-client libs:

Download “testlink-api-client.zip “file and add “testlink-api-client-2.0.jar”, “xmlrpc-common-3.1.jar”, “xmlrpc-client-3.1.jar”, and”ws-commons-util-1.0.2.jar” jar file in your web driver java project class path.

2)       Write the Program in the eclipse for the test case and Click on execute it. After completion of execution, status will be update in the test link.

package com.sample;

import org.openqa.selenium.By;

import org.openqa.selenium.WebDriver;

import org.openqa.selenium.firefox.FirefoxDriver;

import org.testng.Assert;

import org.testng.annotations.*;

import testlink.api.java.client.TestLinkAPIClient;

import testlink.api.java.client.TestLinkAPIException;

import testlink.api.java.client.TestLinkAPIResults;

public class seltestlinkinte {

private WebDriver driver;

// Substitute your Dev Key Here

public final String DEV_KEY = “5hyg785g4y6287hvg8cjjd6903dg85v7”;

 

// Substitute your Server URL Here

public final String SERVER_URL = “http://localhost/testlink-1.9.10/lib/api/xmlrpc/xmlrpc.php”;

// Substitute your project name Here

public final String PROJECT_NAME = “SampleProject”;

// Substitute your test plan Here

public final String PLAN_NAME = “SampleTestPlan”;

// Substitute your build name

public final String BUILD_NAME = “SampleBuild”;

@BeforeSuite

public void setUp() throws Exception {

driver = new FirefoxDriver();

}

@Test

public void Searchitem() throws Exception {

String result = “”;

String exception = null;

try {

driver.navigate().to(“http://url”);

result = TestLinkAPIResults.TEST_PASSED;

updateTestLinkResult(“TC001-1”, null, result);

} catch (Exception ex) {

result = TestLinkAPIResults.TEST_FAILED;

exception = ex.getMessage();

updateTestLinkResult(“TC001-1”, exception, result);

}

try {

driver.findElement(By.id(“searchInput”)).clear();

driver.findElement(By.id(“searchInput”)).sendKeys(“shoes”);

result = TestLinkAPIResults.TEST_PASSED;

updateTestLinkResult(“TC001-2”, null, result);

} catch (Exception ex) {

result = TestLinkAPIResults.TEST_FAILED;

exception = ex.getMessage();

updateTestLinkResult(“TC001-2”, exception, result);

}

try {

driver.findElement(By.id(“searchButton”)).click();

result = TestLinkAPIResults.TEST_PASSED;

exception = null;

updateTestLinkResult(“TC001-3”, null, result);

}

catch (Exception ex) {

result = TestLinkAPIResults.TEST_FAILED;

exception = ex.getMessage();

updateTestLinkResult(“TC001-3”, exception, result);

}

String str = driver.findElement(

By.xpath(“//h1[@id=’firstHeading’]/span”)).getText();

Assert.assertTrue(str.contains(“shoes”));

}

@AfterSuite

public void tearDown() throws Exception {

driver.quit();

}

 

public void updateTestLinkResult(String testCase, String exception, String result)throws TestLinkAPIException {

TestLinkAPIClient testlinkAPIClient = new TestLinkAPIClient(DEV_KEY,

SERVER_URL);

testlinkAPIClient.reportTestCaseResult(PROJECT_NAME, PLAN_NAME,

testCase, BUILD_NAME, exception, result);

}

}

fig: 1

fig:2 (PASS)

fig:3(Fail)

Figure 1,2  & 3 are after executing the test cases

 

Configuration in Jenkins for Testlink automation