In Testery, there are three ways to run your tests. You can perform one-off test runs (shown below), schedule your test runs, or integrate with CI/CD to run your tests.
For now, let's just perform a one-off test run to make sure the project is configured correctly.
Click Test Runs or navigate to the Test Runs page.
Click New Test Run.
Enter your desired parameters for the test run.
Environment - This is the environment that the tests will target as the system under test. This is typically something like dev, qa, rc, or prod. See Environmentsfor more information.
Trigger Type - Here you can select how you would like to start the tests. For now, just select Run tests now.
Options - Options let you select what set of tests you'd like to run. You can run all the tests in a project, select individual suites, or filter tests by test name or tag.
Click Run Test to start the test run.
You will be taken back to the test runs page and should see your test run in a "SUBMITTED" state. Testery is now dynamically provisioning the infrastructure to run your tests.
Everyone's test projects are a bit different and occasionally additional steps are required to configure your projects. If you need any additional assistance at this step, please email [email protected] or make a request at the Testery Service Desk.