A discussion of key features of TestArchitect and Zephyr
Integration between TestArchitect and
Zephyr has been deprecated since TestArchitect
version 8.3 Update 2
Note: At present, TestArchitect-Zephyr integration supports versions 4.5 and 4.6 of
At the broadest level, the steps involved in developing Zephyr test cases for integration
could be described as follows:
- Within Zephyr, define the System and Subsystem
folders which will store test cases.
- Organize your Zephyr test cases into a folder structure that mirrors the test module
structure you will create, or have created, in TestArchitect.
- For each folder you create in Zephyr, create a test module in TestArchitect with an identical name.
- Import Zephyr test cases from each test folder into the corresponding TestArchitect test module counterparts, where they will serve as
- Optionally, upload each TestArchitect test module to its
corresponding folder in Zephyr. This creates a Zephyr test case with the same name as the TestArchitect test module’s name, preceded by a # symbol. This is
known as a test module node.
- For each test case, create action lines that implement the test case.
With this integration with Zephyr, you will be able to do the following: