Import test results from GitHub

Import of the test results from GitHub


  1. You’ve added a project to Allure TestOps.
  2. You’ve assigned WRITE access rights to a user which will import the test results to this project.
  3. You’ve configured a build job


You need to run the configured pipeline to import test results.

Import test results

Start your workflow from GitHub and jump to Allure TestOps project’s Launches section.

If you followed the instructions carefully, you will see the following in the Launches section of your Allure TestOps project:

if you see this please file a ticket to

After the build job has finished, you might want to review the tests, if everything is all right, then you can close the launch and Allure TestOps will create the documentation for your automated tests based on the test results.

Closing the launch: Close a launch in Allure

Now, jump to Test cases section of your project and check the test cases which Allure created based on your results.

Allure creates live documentation

As you can see, there is no information about the environments on which our tests run.

Allure TestOps is capable of gathering this information from the CI server. Moreover Allure TestOps can request the usage of a specific requirement, which we will see later on.

That’s it!

Now, it is worth to set up the gathering of the information about the test environments.