Submitting a bug from TestArchitect directly to a JIRA
server creates a new JIRA bug on the server.
Ensure that the following requirements are met:
- At present, TestArchitect-JIRA integration supports versions
and 6 of JIRA.
To submit a bug from a TestArchitect test result to a
JIRA project, do the following steps:
In the TestArchitect explorer tree, double-click a local or
repository test result node to open it.
On the main panel's toolbar, click the Submit Bug to Bug Tracking
In the Submit Bug to JIRA dialog box, establish a
connection to an appropriate project on the JIRA server by providing the
following information within the JIRA System Information
- Server: (read-only) URL of the JIRA server. This
URL is configured in Registering
the JIRA server.
- Username: Default JIRA user name to log on
- Password: JIRA password associated with the given
- Project Key: JIRA project name to establish the
Tip: At your option, you may override the default
user name and password with your own credentials for an existing account on
the JIRA server.
Click the Connect button.
After the connection is established successfully, provide details for the
- Priority: Importance of the issue
- Assigned To: Person to whom the bug is
- Summary: A brief one-line summary of the
- Description: A detailed description of the
By default, the Submit TestArchitect HTML test result as
attachment check box is selected, to attach the HTML test result
to the JIRA bug. Clear this check box if you don't want the HTML test result
attached to the JIRA bug.
TestArchitect creates a JIRA issue whose
issue type is Bug,
In the notification message, click Yes to
Once the bug has been successfully created on the JIRA server, it is automatically
opened in your default web browser.