Run your Selenium Script pushed to GIT repository using Jenkins Job
In the previous article, we saw how to create your first Jenkins job to execute the a selenium script through Jenkins. You can read that article Here
Please go through above article as we will be using same Job in this article to re-use configuration like reporting.
In this project we are picking up a code present on local machine by providing Custom path. In general practice that might not be the case. If there are multiple people are there in the team code usually be on some version control be it SVN or GIT.
In this article I will be showing how to run our script if it is pushed to git.
- You must have github account and code must be pushed
2. You must have complete path of you code.
Now configure the Jenkins Job.
- Login to Jenkins with Valid Credentials.
- I will be updating my existing job I have created in last article mention above.
- If you are using same Job then you will have to uncheck Use custom workspace you have selected
- Here I will be using my code repository for “execution of test case using Selenium 4”
- Here you will find git repository https://github.com/monilj/Selenium4.0
- Open you job
- Click on Configure.
- Select Git as Source Code Management
9. Provide exact path of repository in repository URL as I have provided this https://github.com/monilj/Selenium4.0
10. As you are doing it for first time, you will have to add credentials over here
- Click on Add
- Click on Jenkins
3. Fill the form for Add credential
11. You will have to provide branch name on which your code base or Script present. By default this edit field is pre-filled with value */master. You have to provide exact branch name over here. As my code is present on Master branch only I will keep this field as it is
12. Go to Build
13. Add build step
14. Add Execute Shell where you have to provide command to execute gradle task
15. Make sure you have created task in build.gradle. You can check previous article which will help you to create a task
16. I am adding below command
./gradlew clean smoketest
Here smoketest is task name in build.gradle
17. If you are triggering test from windows instead of going for Execute Shell, Select “Invoke Gradle script
18. Select Use Gradle wrapper
19. Provide Task name
20. Save the Configuration
21. Click on Build now.
22. Observe the execution
23. Your execution might fail with error
*/jenkins8379183576289814159.sh: line 2: ./gradlew: Permission denied
Build step 'Execute shell' marked build as failure
24. In this case you will have to change the access and Try to set the execution flag on your gradlew file. We will take help from command chmod.
25. We will send one more command in Add Execute Shell as
chmod +x gradlew
26. Your Execute Shell command will look like this
27. Apply and Save the changes
28. Again click on Build Now
29. Your test execution will start
30. Click on triggered job and check console logs
31. Check the job status. Now it will run without any failure
While executing, Jenkins job will checkout recent changes from repository. Make some changes in your code/script and push it to github repository. After that, whenever Jenkins job gets triggered these changes will get reflected in execution report
See the screenshot below Jenkins console logs. It will checkout code up to the latest/recent commit
Try this out and let me know if you are facing any problems.