This topic explains how to integrate TestRail with hedgehog lab fixx. There are currently two ways to integrate TestRail with fixx, namely:
- Using defect URLs to link test results to fixx
- Using reference URLs to link test cases to fixx
You don’t have to use all the listed integration options and you can mix and match the integration with other tools. Configuring the integration usually only takes a few minutes and this guide explains how to configure the integration and how it works.
The defect URLs are used to let TestRail know how to access your fixx instance. Once the URLs have been configured, a new Add link appears next to the Defects field in the Add Test Result dialog. This link allows you to jump to fixx’s New Issue form to report a new bug. Additionally, entered issue IDs are linked to your fixx instance to make it easier to track the status of your issues.
To configure fixx’s URLs in TestRail, select Administration > Integration. You can alternatively enter separate bug tracker URLs for each project under Administration > Projects. Use the following example URLs to configure the addresses:
Fixx installation Defect View Url: http://your-server/issues/%id% Defect Add Url: http://your-server/issues/new/
The reference URLs are used to link test cases to issues stored in fixx via the References field. Once the URLs have been configured, issue IDs entered in the References field are linked to your fixx instance to make it easier to jump to related issues, feature specifications, or requirements.
To configure fixx’s URLs for the References field, select Administration > Integration. You can alternatively enter separate reference URLs for each project under Administration > Projects.
Use the following example URLs to integrate TestRail with fixx:
Fixx installation Reference View Url: http://your-server/issues/%id% Reference Add Url: http://your-server/issues/new/