Allure TestOps Release Notes Review 2021-10
Oct 01 2021
Good news, everyone! A week ago we have deployed one more massive release. Today, it's time to take a look at what's new in Allure TestOps 3.182.0. Lots of UI/UX and integrations enhancements, new API, and a bunch of bug fixes. Ready, steady, go!
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22 September 2021 - Allure TestOps 3.182.0
🚀 New Features
- New API added. API lets requesting job status and cancelling a job on the CI side. In next releases Allure TestOps will be able to request job status on CI side and stop the jobs’ execution.
- Support for hidden and masked parameters added . Stay tuned! You'll be able to use it once test frameworks integrations get updated.
- Added support of launch export and creation of issue for the integration with TargetProcess.
- System notifications for users enhanced.
- Launches environment filter performance boosted.
- The lists pagination redesigned.
- All projects page filtering of the projects enhanced.
- Icons and buttons in Allure TestOps UI updated.
- Design of the side menu updated.
- Auto expand for a selected group in the tree of errors added .
🐞 Bug Fixes
- We’ve fixed the relations for tests cloning. Relation linked to the source and target tests was incorrect. Now it’s back to the normal.
- We’ve fixed wrong behaviour of the menu items while accessing them from keyboard. It wasn’t possible to enter a menu’s list of items and select an item from keyboard. Now it is working.
- We’ve fixed integration paths for TeamCity to avoid breaking the integration for some types of TeamCity CI deployment.
- We’ve fixed the link for retries of a test.
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