Registering the Zephyr server is the first action you need to perform to prepare a
TestArchitect-Zephyr integrated environment.
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
Before registering the Zephyr server with TestArchitect
, open TestArchitect Client
and ensure that you have administrator group
privileges for the TestArchitect
repository you will be
using. Also make sure you have the following Zephyr server information:
- URL of the Zephyr server, including the port number it is using.
- Zephyr login credentials.
- A valid Zephyr license key.
To register the Zephyr server with TestArchitect,
carry out the following procedures:
In TestArchitect Client, log in to the repository for
In the TestArchitect explorer tree, expand the node.
Note: Only TestArchitect
users belonging to the administrator group are able to view and modify the
Administration node in the explorer tree.
In the expanded list of options, double-click the Zephyr
The Test Management tab appears in the editor
Select the Active check box to enable the Zephyr
Enter the following information:
- If you have specified HTTPS and the Zephyr server's identity has not
been verified by a trusted third-party, or the SSL certificate
installed on your test machine has expired, a Verify
Certificate security alert is displayed. To install
the SSL certificate, click the Accept button.
a general rule, only one test management tool can be active at a time for a given TestArchitect repository. If you select the
Active check box and click the Apply
button, the new external tool becomes active and any other tool formerly in use is
automatically rendered inactive. For example, activating the Quality Center external tool automatically deactivates the Team Foundation Server external tool.
The connection between TestArchitect and Zephyr
server is established.