How can I integrate LambdaTest with

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How to Integrate LambdaTest with

Collaboration is pivotal for any successful release. Can you imagine going through a sprint without consulting or informing any other team involved in the project about what you did? You can’t right because it is not a pretty picture.

Modern SDLCs demand various teams to coordinate as they try to deliver a product as quickly as possible in the market, with assured quality.

Your job as an automation tester doesn’t end up by merely running automation scripts for your web application, you also have to share the test results across different teams such as the development team, or business analysts. Generating and presenting reports requires a lot of effort as your reports need to clearly indicate which modules are working fine and which ones are failing.

This week I added a new tool in my testing checklist to help me share across the results of my Selenium automation testing across my team as I performed automated cross browser testing, and the tool is Calliope. In this article, I am going to help you integrate your LambdaTest account with Calliope, so you could share reports of test automation scripts executed at LambdaTest Selenium Grid across your teammates in a jiffy. Let’s start with the big question.

What Is Calliope?

Calliope is cloud-based tool providing you with a collective dashboard for sharing, and monitoring, and comparing the results of your automation script execution. Offering compatibility with major test automation frameworks, Calliope enables your organization to have a unified view of everything that is going around with your automation test scripts. Your stakeholders can analyze it too for comparing the current state of your test cycles with a historic state.

Calliope ensures that your entire team is on the same page when it comes to analyzing your test results. Here is how:

1. Sharing your test results – Your test results are presented in Gherkin syntax, making it easier to understand by your stockholders as well.

2. Customize your own dashboard – Invite your colleagues and structure the dashboard in a manner as you structure your team.

3. Compare Historical Data – You can compare the current health status of your test builds with historical status. Plus, all your test cases are gathered in a single region allowing even your non-technical stakeholders with a clear picture of the overall health for your automation scripts.

4. Easy Regression Check – Calliope stores all your test imports on their clouds making it easier for you to reflect back anytime for validating your regression test cycles.

5. API integration – Calliope API will help you run your test suites on third-party tools instantly through the test results dashboard presented in your Calliope instance.

6. CI/CD Integration with GitLab – Like LambdaTest, Calliope also offers integration with GitLab CI to help you import your test cases directly from your CI/CD pipeline to Calliope instance.

Now, that we have an idea about the various features offered by Calliope. It is about time we get to know about integrating LambdaTest with Calliope. However, to those of us who are not aware of LambdaTest.

What Is LambdaTest?

We offer a cloud-based cross browser testing platform to help you perform browser compatibility testing by both manual and automation testing with Selenium. LambdaTest offers a Selenium Grid of 2000+ real browsers for both mobile and desktop, running on real operating systems. Perform Cross Browser Testing with LambdaTest on 2000+ Browsers With A Free Sign-up.

Why Should You Integrate LambdaTest With Calliope?

If not well-orchestrated, cross browser testing can turn out to be a mess. You will require a thorough plan and strategy, design a cross browser compatibility matrix to figure out which browsers are of higher priority and which ones are of the lowest. Depending on the amount of test coverage, and time in-hand, you will need to make a decision to opt for automated cross browser testing. To pace things even faster you would require parallel execution with Selenium, by which you can run multiple test cases simultaneously. And even after following up the right plan, you would need a testing dashboard where you can club all of your test cases in one place, for everyone to have a clear and concise view. This is where LambdaTest integration with Calliope comes into the picture.

Using LambdaTest integration with Calliope you can analyze the test results of automation test scripts being executed in parallel on more than 2000 browsers + OS combinations. Let’s get started.

Import LambdaTest Automation Test Results Into Calliope Dashboard

So, now you are aware of LambdaTest and Calliope’s services, let’s have a look at how you can import your LambdaTest automation test results directly to Calliope dashboard. For fetching LambdaTest automation test results details from scratch we need to call LambdaTest API which provides us our recently executed test session details such as name, status, os, browser, version and all generated logs endpoint. We will be making use of the below API:


It will provide us with information specific to our test sessions. This would require you to give the session ID for the test session you want to retrieve the details for. You can refer to LambdaTest API Documentation to check the example value or schema.

Below is the test session details that would be fetched through LambdaTest API and will get imported to Calliope dashboard.

You might be wondering how you can send the above test session details directly to Calliope dashboard after retrieving from LambdaTest API. So, here is the Java-TestNG code for you that can help you setting up the test environment which further includes your username, accesskey, gridURL and test configurations such as browser, browser version, OS etc.

Once you have set the test environment, you can now write your test cases. We have been using SessionId Java class that provides the session ID for running session, we can use the same session ID for

calling LambdaTest GET Session API whose URL is: