Creating A Calabash Test Run for the iOS App
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last updated: 2016-09
A test run refers to a single, point-in-time run of a test for a mobile application in Xamarin Test Cloud on a collection of devices and the results of that test run. Xamarin Test Cloud provides a Test Run Wizard that will guide you through selecting devices and provide you with a snippet showing the command line to use for submitting your tests.
The only way to create a test run and select devices is by using the Xamarin Test Cloud website. You will need a Xamarin Test Cloud account to create the test run.
Creating a Test Run
Login in to Xamarin Test Cloud with your account.
Select Create a team to being testing, and then click on the New team button:
After the team is created, click on the new test run link. This will start the Test Run Wizard. Select I'm testing an iOS app, and click the Next button:
Select the device that you want to run the tests on, and click Select x devices. Notice that the wizard does provide you with some selectors to help narrow down what devices may be of interest to you:
On the next dialog in the wizard allows you to specify meta-data about the run. Leave the default values, and click Next:
The final screen will provide you with some instructions and a sample command line for uploading tests to Xamarin Test Cloud. You will have to click on the Ruby tab for the Calabash command line:
The team API key is a sensitive value that should be protected. The device id is a unique value that represents the devices and operating systems used by the test run. It is not a sensitive value, and can be shared with other test runs if desired.