Pushing Changes to Git Repository

Applies to ReadyAPI 3.51, last modified on March 21, 2024

After you make changes to your test project and commit them to a local repository, you may need to push them to a remote repository. To do this:

  1. Click Git on the main toolbar.

  2. In the Git panel, click Push.

    Git integration in ReadyAPI: Push changes in Git panel

    Click the image to enlarge it.

    The Pull Changes button is only available if your project is connected to a remote repository. If it is not, select Connect to Remote, and you will be taken through the connection process.

    Show image

Note: You need to pull remote changes (if there are any) before pushing your commits to a remote branch.
  1. Right-click the project in the Navigator panel and select Git > Push from the context menu.

    Show image

    — or —

    Select Project > Git > Push from the main menu.

    Show image

    Note: If the command is disabled, make sure you enabled integration with Git.

  2. ReadyAPI will ask you to confirm the action. Click Yes.

    Git integration: Confirm push dialog

If you have not connected your project to a remote repository yet, you will have to go through the connection process.

See Also

Git Integration

Highlight search results