Reference documentation for creating workflows and quality gates.
The workflow file is written in YAML. In that file, you can use expression syntax
to evaluate contextual information, literals, operators, and functions. Contextual information
includes workflow, resources, and environment variables. When you use
run in a workflow step
to run shell commands, you can use specific workflow command syntax to set environment
variables, set output parameters for subsequent steps, and set error or debug messages.
- Workflow syntax for OpenTestFactory Orchestrator
- Workflow commands for OpenTestFactory Orchestrator Plugins
The OpenTestFactory orchestrator sets default environment variables for each OpenTestFactory workflow run. You can also set custom environment variables in your workflow file.
Quality gate syntax¶
The OpenTestFactory includes a quality gate service. It applies quality gate definitions
(rule sets) to evaluate workflow execution results. These definitions, written in YAML, use
workflow expression syntax with
test context to set rules scopes.