Your user account is automatically created when signing in using your LDAP credentials:
Testspace Enterprise refers to the installation of Testspace behind your company firewall. This article covers specifics related to an already installed Testspace.
Outside of the Testspace application being installed locally on your company's network, there are two specifics different from the Cloud version of Testspace you need to be aware of:
YOUR-COMPANY-DOMAIN is based on your local network!
The Testspace client is used to push test results and other metrics to the Testpace server. Depending on your environment the
Testspace client can be downloaded from YOUR site as follows:
If installing on Linux, you can use the following command (if $HOME/bin exists or other desired location).
curl -fsSL https://client.testspace.YOUR-COMPANY-DOMAIN.com/testspace-linux.tgz | tar -zxvf- -C $HOME/bin
If installing on Windows, there a several command line methods, depending on your tools available. Using
wget -q --no-check-certificate https://client.testspace.YOUR-COMPANY-DOMAIN.com/testspace-windows.zip 7z x -y testspace-windows.zip del testspace-windows.zip
or from PowerShell 5 console
Invoke-WebRequest https://client.testspace.YOUR-COMPANY-DOMAIN.com/testspace-windows.zip -outfile testspace-windows.zip Expand-Archive -LiteralPath testspace-windows.zip -DestinationPath .
If installing on a MAC OS X
curl -fsSL https://client.testspace.YOUR-COMPANY-DOMAIN.com/testspace-darwin.tgz | tar -zxvf- -C $HOME/bin
YOUR-ORG is based on your subdomain selection! Nothing will work if the configuration is not correct.
The Testspace URL defines your access credentials – required to push data to the Testspace Server – and the destination for the results when pushed. Using an
access token for authentication, found in the User's settings, is required. The token is best set as an environment variable, ideally stored securely to hide your access credentials.
testspace config url https://access-token:@YOUR-ORG.testspace.YOUR-COMANY-DOMAIN.com/my-project/my-space
For more information on configuring the client refer here.
To create a new User account simply
sign in using your existing company LDAP credentials:
Once you create a Testspace account viewing of
public Projects can be done by simply navigating to the corresponding Organization URL:
User accounts that are not apart of any existing organizations are called
Orphan Users. Orphan Users can also view
public Projects. Orphan Users are included in the total Enterprise User Count.
To join an existing Organization simply
Request Access at
Invite others to join the Organization by selecting
Invite Users as documented in help.
To create a new Organization simply select
New Organization at
Note: There are several reserved subdomains: