Importing Zephyr test cases into TestArchitect

Test cases residing on Zephyr can be imported into TestArchitect, which also establishes one-to-one mappings between the two sets of test cases.

TestArchitect-Zephyr integration supports the following versions of Zephyr.

Ensure that you have already taken the following steps:

The following rules apply:

Importing of Zephyr test cases into TestArchitect can be done on a one-by-one basis or, alternatively, by importing a Zephyr folder into a TestArchitect test folder. Both methods are discussed.

  1. Check out the target TestArchitect test folder/test module into which you want to import the Zephyr folder/test case.

  2. In the TestArchitect explorer tree, right-click the target test folder / test module. Next, on the context menu, select External Tool > Zephyr > Import from Zephyr.

    The Import from Zephyr dialog box appears.

  3. Locate the source Zephyr folder / test case to be imported into TestArchitect.

  4. Select the preferred options:

    • Keep Folder Structure: Organize the uploaded tests in Zephyr in a similar way to those in TestArchitect.
    • Scan Project for Existing Test Cases/Modules: if selected, the whole TestArchitect project will be scanned for test cases that already exist. Otherwise, the selected test node will be scanned.
  5. Click the OK button.

  6. The Confirm Overwriting dialog box appears, showing a list of test cases/ test modules that already exists in TestArchitect if any. Select the check boxes for the TestArchitect test cases / test modules that you want to overwrite with TestArchitect test cases/ test modules. Click the OK button.

    The Copy to Clipboard button is used to copy the list of existing test cases to the clipboard.

  7. An information dialog box will appear stating Import process completed successfully if the upload was successful. Click the OK button.

Importing Zephyr test steps into TestArchitect test steps:

Zephyr test steps are imported into TestArchitect with their corresponding column name when you import test cases from Zephyr. See the example below for more details.

If you want to import a custom column from Zephyr into TestArchitect, you must first create new column in TestArchitect with the same name.

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