An unregistered TestArchitect bug (TA bug) is one that is created in TestArchitect but it is not associated with a JIRA
Note that you may link an unregistered TA bug with an existing JIRA bug,
in which case the former becomes a registered TA bug.
- At present, TestArchitect-JIRA integration supports versions
and 6 of JIRA.
To create an unregistered TestArchitect bug, complete
the following steps:
Right-click the Bugs node in the TestArchitect explorer tree, then click New
In the New Bug dialog box, enter the following
- Summary: Brief description of the bug.
- Description: (Optional) Expanded version of the
Summary, providing an overview of the problem
along with a step-by-step of how to reproduce it, plus any other pertinent
Click the Create button.
An unregistered bug is created and appears in the main Client panel. The fields in
the Bug Information tab below are explained in TA bug information.
- The TestArchitect
Bug ID field is a combination of a prefix key followed by an ID number,
separated by a hyphen.
- The ID number is automatically generated to avoid duplicate bugs in case of
You may associate the newly created unregistered bug with a JIRA bug by
entering the JIRA issue ID into the Source
box, then clicking
. Data from the JIRA issue's fields are then
imported to the TA bug. Ensure that your TestArchitect
test machine has registered the JIRA
- If you attempt to associate a TA bug with a JIRA issue that is not
of the type Bug, an error message is
- Each JIRA bug ID can only be mapped to a single TestArchitect bug. If you attempt to
import a JIRA bug that is already linked to a registered TA bug, the
following message is displayed: