Enable cloud execution

To enable test execution in OpenText's cloud, the administrator needs to create one or more cloud runners.

To create a cloud runner:

  1. In the Settings area, select a workspace and open the Devops tab.

  2. Open the Test Runners section and add a new cloud runner.

    Define the following:

    Field Description

    Enter a meaningful name for this runner.


    Select a supported framework.

    Enable secured tunnel connection

    Select this option to run tests from the cloud on applications hosted on your local or private networks.

    Fill in the following fields:

    • URL: Enter your Cloudflare URL.

    • Client ID, Client Secret: Enter your tunnel authentication details.

    Note: You need to enter the Git Authentication details below too.


    For cloud-hosted applications, enter the URL for your Git repository.

    Provide the path to the top-level directory of your Git repository. Do not provide the full path to the specific folder where your scripts are stored.

    If you have multiple Git repositories, create test runners for each one.

    Git Authentication:

    User name


    Enter the credentials needed to connect to Git (read-only access). If you are using public Git, provide a token.
  3. Use Test Connection to validate that all settings are correct.

  4. In the Sync Configuration section, define whether you want tests to be automatically synchronized with Functional Test Execution. Use the fields to specify when synchronization should begin, and how frequently your Git repository should be synchronized with the cloud repository.

  5. After you create a cloud runner you can open it later for editing. In the Edit Cloud Runner window, you can click Sync now to synchronize the cloud repository at any time.

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