Blank Project

If you are starting form scratch, please refer Creating Test Project under Get started.


You can use QAF as a Maven Artifact. Users would need to add this to their pom.xml:

Repository entry:


Maven Dependency Entry:



Create or update ivysettings.xml file to add new repository. Alternately you can add settings block into ivy.xml as well.

IVY settings

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
    <settings defaultResolver="qaf"/>
        <chain name="qaf">
            <ibiblio name="central" m2compatible="true"/>
            <ibiblio name="QAF" m2compatible="true" root="" />
            <ibiblio name="jai" m2compatible="true"
				root="" />

IVY Dependency Entry

<dependency org="com.qmetry" name="qaf" rev="latest.integration" />
<dependency org="com.qmetry" name="qaf-support" rev="latest.integration" />

Direct Download

You can download QAF jar from here.

You can download QAF Support jar from here.

QAF BDD Editors For Eclipse

Drag to your running Eclipse workspace. eclipse plugins for QAF BDD and Gherkin editors providing syntax highlighting, syntax validation and content assist.