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Jira Integration in Avo Assure Reports

Introduction

Avo Assure supports Jira Integration via Reports plugin. Avo Assure users can log defects and other issues on Jira via Avo Assure, based on the reports generated.

Pre-requisites

To log issues on Jira, user requires the following details of Jira:
  • Jira URL
  • Jira Username
  • Jira Password
Note: ICE must be connected successfully to log issues on Jira via Avo Assure reports.

Issue Logging on Jira via Avo Assure Reports

The following steps are to be performed when logging issues on Jira via Avo Assure Reports.
  1. 1.
    Log in to Avo Assure and navigate to the Reports plugin from the Avo Assure Landing Page.
Landing Page – Reports Plugin
2. Click on the ‘Functional Test’ icon from the left panel of the Report Landing Page.
Functional Test Screen – Reports Page
3. Select the Project, Release, Cycle and Module name/ Batch name (of the report to be viewed) respectively from a list of dropdowns available. Dropdowns are searchable so the dropdown content can be filtered based on the entered value.Choose the Project, Release, and Cycle respectively from a list of dropdowns available.
Project, Release, Cycle and Module/Batch Selection – Functional Test Screen
4. On selecting the module/batch, the executions for the selected module/batch will be displayed. To view the reports, select the execution instance from the list of executions. These executions will be displayed in a sorted order (oldest to latest).
Select Execution
5. On selection of the execution instance, its executed scenarios will be displayed.
Scenario List
On hovering over any scenario, the following options will be displayed, respectively:
  • Export JSON
  • View HTML Report
  • Export PDF without screenshots
  • Export PDF with screenshots
Scenario Report Options
6. Click on the ‘View HTML Report’ icon from the scenario options.
View HTML Report Icon
7. On clicking the ‘View HTML Report’ Icon, the report of the selected scenario will be displayed in a new browser tab.
8. Click on the select test step for which an issue is to be logged on Jira.
Test Cases Page - Selecting Test Step
9. Click on the 'Jira Login’ button which opens the Jira login window.
Test Step Page – Jira Login
10. In the Jira login window, enter valid Jira credentials (Jira URL, Username and Password) and click on the 'Connect' button.
Test Step Page – Connecting to Jira
11. If Jira login is successful, the 'Jira Login' button changes to 'Log Defect' button.
Test Step Page – Log Defect (to log Jira issue)
12. On clicking the ‘Log Defect’ button, the 'Create Issue' dialog box pops up.
13. Select the 'Project', 'Issue Type' and 'Priority'.
  • If 'Issue Type' selected is 'Sub-task', then the 'Parent Issue ID' should be provided.
14. The 'Summary' and 'Description' text fields are auto populated. If needed, these can be changed.
Test Step Page – Create Issue on Jira
15. If custom field(s) are to be included, click on the ‘Configure Fields’ button.
  • Select the required field(s).
  • The selected field(s) will be visible in the 'Create Issue' dialog box.
  • Fill in the necessary field(s).
Note:
  • The ‘Configure Fields’ Button will be enabled only after the selection of project and issue type.
  • The selected configure field(s) are mandatory, if the selected configure field(s) are not required, they must be unselected.
Create Issue – Configure Fields
16. Click on the 'Proceed' button.
Jira – Create Issue
17. If the Issue is logged successfully, the user is prompted with a message stating 'Issue bearing ID created successfully.' The Issue ID will be reflected on the Test Step Page.
Test Step Page – Jira Issue ID
18. On the Test Cases Page, the is indicated against the test step in the 'Jira Defect ID' column.
Test Cases Page – Jira Issue ID
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