Set Up CircleCI to Run Testery Tests

How-to trigger a Testery test run from a CircleCI build.

Testery integrates with CircleCI via the Testery CLI.

You'll need to define a GitHub Actions workflow. This is done by creating a yml file in the .github/workflows folder in your repository.

Step 1. Retrieve your Testery API Token. To retrieve your token, click Settings → Integrations → Show API Token and copy the token that is displayed. Keep this token secure as it allows access to Testery on your behalf.

Step 2. Store your Testery API Token as a secret environment variable in CircleCI.

Step 3. Add steps to your CircleCI job to install the Testery CLI and create the test run.

Here is a sample .circleci/config.yml

version: 2 # use CircleCI 2.0
jobs: # A basic unit of work in a run
build: # runs not using Workflows must have a `build` job as entry point
working_directory: ~/circleci-demo-python-django
docker: # run the steps with Docker
- image: circleci/python:3.6.4
steps: # steps that comprise the `build` job
- checkout # check out source code to working directory
- run: sudo chown -R circleci:circleci /usr/local/bin
- run: sudo chown -R circleci:circleci /usr/local/lib/python3.6/site-packages
- restore_cache:
# Read about caching dependencies: https://circleci.com/docs/2.0/caching/
key: deps9-{{ .Branch }}-{{ checksum "Pipfile.lock" }}
- run:
command: |
pip install testery --upgrade
testery create-test-run --token "${TESTERY_TOKEN}" --git-ref "$CIRCLE_SHA1" --build-id "$CIRCLE_BUILD_NUM" --environment "<your-tetsery-environment>" --project "<your-project-key>" --wait-for-results