Cucumber 3 (jvm)

What is Cucumber 3 (jvm)?

Cucumber 3 (jvm) is a pure Java implementation of Cucumber. You can run it with the tool of your choice. Cucumber 3 (jvm) also integrates with all the popular Dependency Injection containers.

How to install Cucumber 3 (jvm)?

To pass the results of your Cucumber 3 (jvm) executions, you need to install the Cucumber-JVMapp.

  1. Navigate to the Apps page and switch to the "Reporters" section, then click the "Cucumber-JVM" card:

  2. Click "Activate":

  3. Switch to "Access Tokens" and generate an API token that the Cucumber 3 (jvm) app will be using:

  4. Click "Guide" to access the instruction on adding the Cucumber 3 (jvm) reporter to your automation flow:

Once the Cucumber 3 (jvm) app is installed, any test cases, test runs, and test results created and submitted will appear with the Cucumber 3 (jvm) as the author of said cases, runs or results (instead of a specific user whose API token has been used). Slack notifications will also appear with the Cucumber 3 (jvm) app as the author.

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