This plugin allows you to integrate Sauce Selenium Testing with Jenkins. Specifically, you can:
After installing a plugin, specify your Sauce OnDemand access credentials in the system configuration page as follows:
Once this is set, on each job configuration page, you can tell Jenkins to launch a Sauce Connect instance for the duration of the build. For more details about the concept of SSH tunnel in the context of Sauce OnDemand, see the documentation.
You can show an embedded Sauce OnDemand test report on the test result pages in Jenkins. To enable this, check 'Embed Sauce OnDemand reports' as part of the 'Publish JUnit test result report section'.
In addition, you will need to output the following line to your for each test that is run using Sauce OnDemand:
where YOUR_SESSION_ID is the SeleniumRC/WebDriver session id and YOUR_JOB_NAME is the name of the test being executed.
Please raise any issues you find with the plugin or requests for additional features within the plugin's Jira instance.
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