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Is it possible for us to integrate selenium web driver test with Bugzilla?

My intention are as below:

If we can integrate web driver with Bugzilla,

  • can we automatically attach screen shot of failed tests?
  • can we record/save the steps that made the bug?
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What language are you using to drive the selenium tests? – craastad Dec 12 '13 at 8:49
Well u can automate Bugzilla Web UI using selenium webdriver...that way u can integrate ur tests and their results with Bug zilla. – Anuragh27crony Dec 12 '13 at 9:03

I don't see why this couldn't be done if you have a code driven Selenium test suite. You would need to implement a method run on test failure that adds a bug to Bugzilla using their HTTP REST API.

For the first step, if you are using Java, see this answer on taking a screenshot when selenium fails and the referenced blog post. You need to similarily create a new rule, except this time to add a bug to Bugzilla (and hopefully any useful information, logging, that would help you make it useful).

Then here's an answer and link to the Bugzilla REST API Docs on how to file a bug.

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From my research I came upon a solution.That is J2Buzilla which is worth for my requirement. you can explore it here

Also using webdriver i got solution to get screen shot of bug using this post

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I was able to do something on this lines. Here is the link for the same

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Could you please describe what you did here? There's no guarantee your link will still be around a few years from now. – Kate Paulk Jan 2 '14 at 17:34
The is working fine and it has been recently updated by me. I have tried to explain in details about how I went about it – Jitendra Jogeshwar Jan 3 '14 at 6:09

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