Starting ReadyAPI Tests by Using Command-Line Runners

Applies to ReadyAPI 3.52, last modified on April 18, 2024

You can include ReadyAPI tests in your builds by using command-line runners.

Available Command-Line Runners

ReadyAPI provides a runner tool for all tests you can run in it:

Starting Automated Test Runs

ReadyAPI integrates with a number of continious integration systems (like Maven, Jenkins and so on). See Integrations With CI Systems to learn more.

Regardless of the continuous integration system you use, you can use one of the command-line runners to work with ReadyAPI. To do this, you create a batch file with the command line to pass to the runner and then execute it by using the Batch Command build step. The name of the step may be different depending on the CI system you use and on the operating system you run it on. As a reference on how to do it, please check the following instructions:

See Also

Maven Integration
Automating Functional Test Runs
Automating Load Test Runs
Automating Security Test Runs
Automating Virtual Service Runs

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