How to import Results using Maven Plugin for JUnit?

If the automation project includes Cucumber + Java (with Maven) structure, then configure the Maven dependency in the project as described below.

Working Sample

Please look at Sample projects and Code snippets sections for a more concrete end-to-end example.

Open the pom.xml and add the configurations as described on the Automation API screen for Maven. 

1. Use API Key for Importing Results

Please Generate API Key if you don't have API key for selected project. 

2. Import Results

Step 1: Add the following to the <build> -> <plugins> block in your pom.xml:


Please refer to View Import Results using REST API section to view all possible request parameters.

Step 2: Add the following to the <pluginRepositories> block in pom.xml:

		<name>QMetry Test Manager Maven Repository</name>

Step 3: Add file to root directory of your project. Download the sample file.

Configure below properties: 

automation.qmetry.enabled = true
automation.qmetry.url =
automation.qmetry.apikey = {{your API key}}
automation.qmetry.filepath = /target/surefire-reports/junit-results.xml
automation.qmetry.testrunname = Test Run
automation.qmetry.labels = lbl1,lbl2
automation.qmetry.components = com1,com2
automation.qmetry.version = v1,v2
automation.qmetry.sprint = sprint1
automation.qmetry.platform = chrome
automation.qmetry.comment = this is test run comment
automation.qmetry.testrunkey = 
automation.qmetry.testassethierarchy = TestCase-TestStep
automation.qmetry.jirafields = 
automation.qmetry.debug = true

If you are using on-premise JIRA, then configure below properties as well:

automation.qmetry.authorization=Basic YWRtaW46YWRtaW4=

Once the file is configured, the automation test results will get uploaded automatically whenever the user executes the automation project (e.g. using ‘mvn test’).

3. View imported test results

Please refer to View Imported Test Results section to view imported test results.