You can operate BugBug via the Command Line Interface (CLI). This empowers you to integrate with any continuous integration (CI) or continous deployment (CD) pipelines or build system hooks.
After you have nodeJS and npm installed simply run:
npm install -g @testrevolution/bugbug-cli
Remember that you need to have admin user permissions on nodeJS execution.
You need to take the API token of the project you want to run with CLI. You will find that in BugBug web app in Project settings in General tab:
Then configure CLI with alphanumerical project's API token:
bugbug config set-token API_TOKEN_FROM_WEBAPP_PROJECT_SETTINGS
In BugBug npm's page you find the available commands. You can also just strike
bugbug helpto see what you can do and how.
Example: list suites within the connected project:
To run a particular test via CLI you need to find the ID of the test. It's easy, just go to your test, expand
3 dotsand select
Run via CLI. Just simply copy the commad for running, open terminal and paste and run. The commad looks as below:
bugbug remote run test TEST_Id
You can run whole suite as well by going to
Suitestab, expanding the details and selecting
Run via CLI. The command is the same but SUITE_ID is different. That's how we recognize you want to run the whole suite!
Update your CI/CD build scripts to see test results directly in your build management tool (for example in Bitbucket)
Here's an example what you can add to your build script.
You can also override individual variables from the command line with
--variable variableName="customVariableValue". This allows you to run different combinations of test data in different environments, for example, you can insert a different user password on prod and different on staging.
When you run your pipeline, BugBug tests would be triggered and your build will only be successful if all tests passed.