Enable & configure AssertThat Plugin

When you have installed the AssertThat - BDD & Cucumber for Jira application, you will need to enable it for your project.

Step 1: Navigate to the Project Settings and then select AssertThat Integration.  If you can't see the Project Settings option, the app will need to be enabled by your Project or Jira Admin.

Cloud version

Server & Data Center versions

 

Step 2: Select Enable plugin for project

Step 3: There are 2 further options to enable basic syntax validation for manual and automated tests.  As a minimum we recommend you set syntax validation on for Automated tests. 

Step 4: Independent manual scenario execution status - when enabled the scenario execution status can be managed independently for each user story. Further details can be found at Test Execution status for User Stories

Step 5 (Server & DC): Independent automated scenario execution status - when enabled, Automated scenario status will only be updated where Jira ticket key is passed in upload report API. When disabled, scenario status is updated for ALL matched scenarios. Further details can be found at https://assertthat.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/ABTM/pages/728203292

Step 6: Default scenario mode - default mode for newly imported or created scenarios

Step 7: ProjectID details are required for the Integration of the AssertThat - BDD & Cucumber for Jira plugin with your automation test framework Integration with Test Automation Frameworks.

Step 8: Access key is required for the Integration with Test Automation Frameworks.

Step 9: The API secret token is required for the Integration with Test Automation Frameworks.

Step 10 (Server & DC): Enable https://assertthat.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/ABTM/pages/2203189257 custom Jira issue type for creating and executing Test Cycles

Step 11: Select the language from the drop down. English, French, Spanish, Portuguese and German languages are currently available. Further languages are available on request please contact support@assertthat.com