When you have an error or a failed assertion, you can get Alerts on your PagerDuty services. You can configure this option for each test suite individually.
How it Works
Errors or failed assertions in a test execution on Endtest will send an event to a service in PagerDuty.
Events from Endtest will trigger a new incident on the corresponding PagerDuty service.
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- Go to the Settings page from Endtest.
- Go to the Integrations tab.
- Click on the Add button from the PagerDuty section.
- You will be redirected to PagerDuty, where you'll have to sign in.
- Choose the service on which you would like to get the Alerts.
- The added service will be displayed in the same PagerDuty section.
Make sure to select only one service from PagerDuty, since adding multiple services at once is not yet supported on our side.
If you want to add multiple services from PagerDuty, add them one by one.
If you are getting an error, it could mean that you might not have the correct permissions on PagerDuty.
Adding your PagerDuty services does not mean that you will get the Alerts right away.
You also need to configure the PagerDuty Alerts setting for each test suite individually.
More details are available in the PagerDuty Notifications chapter.
How to Uninstall
You can always disable the option to receive PagerDuty Alerts for each test suite individually.
But you can also delete the integration key for the extension directly from your PagerDuty service.
If you want to delete the integration key from Endtest, write to our Support Team.