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Zephyr Scale Integration

Zephyr Scale is a test management platform that helps you plan, manage, and measure your tests inside Jira. It's designed from the ground up to support large test libraries and scaling teams.

LambdaTest offers integration with Zephyr Scale that lets you perform automated browser testing on a cloud-based grid of 3000+ real browsers, devices, and OS combinations. By integrating Zephyr Scale with LambdaTest, you can view test execution results directly from LambdaTest platform to your Zephyr Scale instance.


  1. Install the Zephyr Scale - Test Management for Jira application from the Atlassian Marketplace.

  2. A LambdaTest account. Don't have an account, sign up for free.

  3. A Jira Project key.

  4. A Zephyr Scale Access token.

Integrating LambdaTest with Zephyr Scale

  1. Clone the LambdaTest Zephyr Scale GitHub repository and navigate to the cloned directory.
git clone
cd junit-selenium-zephyr-scale-sample
  1. In the script, add the following String parameters.
  • File name of your test results.
  • File path of the test result file.
  • Jira Project key.
  • Zephyr Scale Access token.
public class PostTestResults {

public void callApi() {

String fileName = "TEST-com.lambdatest.JUnitTodo.xml" ; //provide the file name of the test results
String filePath = "target/surefire-reports/TEST-com.lambdatest.JUnitTodo.xml"; //provide the file path of the test result file
String projectKey = "ZD"; //provide the Jira project key
String token = "abcdefghijklmnop123456"; // provide Zephyr Scale access token
  1. In the test script, you need to update test capabilities and add your LambdaTest Username and Access Key. You can get your LambdaTest Username and Access Key by navigating to your LambdaTest Profile section.

Test Scenario: The below JUnit Selenium script tests a sample to-do list app by marking couple items as done, adding a new item to the list and finally displaying the count of pending items as output.
package com.lambdatest;

import org.junit.After;
import org.junit.Before;
import org.junit.Test;
import org.openqa.selenium.remote.DesiredCapabilities;
import org.openqa.selenium.remote.RemoteWebDriver;
import org.openqa.selenium.By;


public class JUnitTodo {
String username = System.getenv("LT_USERNAME") == null ? "Your LT_USERNAME" : System.getenv("LT_USERNAME");
String accessKey = System.getenv("LT_ACCESS_KEY") == null ? "Your LT_ACCESS_KEY" : System.getenv("LT_ACCESS_KEY");
public static RemoteWebDriver driver = null;

public String gridURL = "";
public String status = "failed";
public void setUp() throws Exception {
DesiredCapabilities capabilities = new DesiredCapabilities();
capabilities.setCapability("browserName", "chrome");
capabilities.setCapability("version", "latest");
capabilities.setCapability("platform", "Windows 10"); // If this cap isn't specified, it will just get the any available one
capabilities.setCapability("build", "LambdaTest-Zephyr Demo");
capabilities.setCapability("name", "LambdaTest-Zephyr Tests");

try {
driver = new RemoteWebDriver(new URL("https://" + username + ":" + accessKey + gridURL), capabilities);
} catch (MalformedURLException e) {
System.out.println("Invalid grid URL");
} catch (Exception e) {


public void testSimple() throws Exception {
try {
//Change it to production page

//Let's mark done first two items in the list.

// Let's add an item in the list.
driver.findElement("sampletodotext")).sendKeys("Yey, Let's add it to list");

// Let's check that the item we added is added in the list.
String enteredText = driver.findElementByXPath("/html/body/div/div/div/ul/li[6]/span").getText();
if (enteredText.equals("Yey, Let's add it to list")) {
status = "passed";
} catch (Exception e) {
public void tearDown() throws Exception {
if (driver != null) {
driver.executeScript("lambda-status=" + status);

PostTestResults method = new PostTestResults();

You need to invoke method.callApi() from the PostTestResults class in the @After hook of file.

Running your Automation tests with LambdaTest and Zephyr Scale

To run the test, pass the below command in the terminal.

mvn test -P single

Go to the LambdaTest's Automation Dashboard to view the test execution results.

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Viewing the Test Results in Zephyr Scale

To view test results in Zephyr Scale, head over to your Zephyr Scale project. The below screenshot shows the Test Case in Zephyr Scale that you executed on LambdaTest.

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You can also view the executed build by navigating to Test Cycles.

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To view the build details, click on the Zephyr project Key or Name.

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