Copado Integration Introduction

Copado Integration Architecture

This support article will guide you through the process of setting up your Copado continuous integration and continuous delivery pipeline. 

In sum, the integration will include a callout to execute a Jenkins server job that then executes a suite of Provar tests and writes the test results back to a custom object in Salesforce. 


Prerequisites in Copado Integration

A valid Copado license.

  1. A Salesforce org with the Copado managed package installed. The user that initializes the integration with Copado will need to be added as a licensed user to the installed Copado package. (Copado Support can assist with this step). Note: The setup of Copado for your Salesforce org is beyond the scope of this guide.
  2. A Provar project with at least one test case.
  3. An (optional) version control system (VCS) that is already setup. This is optional, however, we will be integrating with a VCS in this guide.

Other Support Articles for Reference

To learn more, you can also refer to the Amazon Web Service (AWS) & Jenkins Configuration and Running Provar tests on Jenkins support articles which include information about the suggested AWS and Jenkins configuration instructions.

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