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Azure DevOps Test Plans Service

@gmangiapelo/wdio-azure-devops-service is a 3rd party package, for more information please see GitHub | npm

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Publishes WebdriverIO results on Azure DevOps Test Plans.

Core features:

  • Support for Jasmine/Jest/Mocha and Cucumber runtime frameworks
  • Test results are aggregated under the same test run if you are executing more spec(test) files and they are belongs to the same suite
  • Results are reported immediately after single test execution (real-time reporting)
  • Test run is closed after last spec(test) file has been finished
  • Multi suite support


Install this module locally with the following command to be used as a (dev-)dependency:

npm install --save @gmangiapelo/wdio-azure-devops-service
npm install --save-dev @gmangiapelo/wdio-azure-devops-service

Instructions on how to install WebdriverIO can be found here.


wdio-azure-devops-service supports NodeJS 8 or higher

wdio-azure-devops-service supports commonjs and esm


Since @gmangiapelo/wdio-azure-devops-service is a service, you can set it up in your wdio.conf.js file as follows

import AzureDevopsService from "@gmangiapelo/wdio-azure-devops-service";
// wdio.conf.js
exports.config = {
// ...
// =====
// Setup
// =====
services: [
pat: 'u46xjx2ol4px36zg3z565uz52dbvshctlulkhrsecxiamn6nhtwa',
organizationUrl: '',
projectId: '8b3c68ac-f69d-41c6-bbad-921d8bae9819',
planId: 263072,
suiteId: 263073,
caseIdRegex: '@?[ref](\\d+)',
runName: 'FE regression tests for TestPlan',
// ...

Test case setup​

Your WDIO tests should include the ID of your Azure test case. Make sure your test case IDs are distinct from your test titles:

Mocha style:

// Good:
it("C123 Can authenticate a valid user", ...

// Bad:
it("C123Can authenticate a valid user", ...
it("Can authenticate a valid user C123", ...

Cucumber style:

## Good:
Scenario Can authenticate a valid user
Scenario Can authenticate a valid user,

## Bad:
Scenario Can authenticate a valid user

Azure DevOps Report Example​

This is an example of the results pushed on AZ Test Plans, during a test run AzureDevops Test Plans example

Service Options​


The Personal Access token generated in Azure DevOps with API permission set.

Example: "u46xjx2ol4px36zg3z565uz52dbvshctlulkhrsecxiamn6nhtwa"

Type: string

Required: true


The base url of your Azure DevOps instance.

Example: ""

Type: string

Required: true


The id of the project in Azure DevOps.

To find the projectId use GET {organizationUrl}/_apis/projects?api-version=6.0 and copy the appropriate id.

Example: "3cf7dbc9-cb1e-4240-93f2-9a5960ab3945"

Type: string

Required: true


The test plainId that you can retrieve in Azure DevOps Test Plan section.

Example: 124

Type: integer

Required: true


The suiteId that you can retrieve in Azure DevOps Test Plan section, in case of nested suites, get the root suiteId, the service iterates over all the child suites.

Example: 21

Type: integer

Required: true


A descriptive name for the test run.

Example: "FE regression tests run"

Type: string

Required: true


Custom regular expression to match the testCaseId from tag or title test case.

Type: string

Default: "@?[cC](\d+)"

Required: false


Gianluca Mangiapelo - github