You can create Jira issues directly from TestComplete. You can attach TestComplete test logs and system info to those issues.
Jira Server ver. 5.0 - 7.12 or Jira Cloud.
The issues of the target Jira project must:
have the Summary and Description fields.
In TestComplete, open the test log you want to submit to Jira.
In the Log Items tree, select the part of the log you want to attach to the issue. For example, to attach the entire log, select the top-level log item.
Select Create Jira Issue from the test log’s toolbar.
In the dialog that appears, specify your Jira server and user account:
|Server||Your Jira server URL, including http:// or https:// and (if needed) the port number. For example http://jira:8080 or https://<yourcompany>.atlassian.net.|
|Login||The email address you use to access Jira or the name of your Jira account.|
|API Token or Password||The API token or the password of your Jira account. To learn how to get a Jira API token, see the Atlassian documentation.
|Remember Credentials||Select this check box to remember the Jira credentials so that you do not have to enter them again the next time you log in.|
Click Connect to get access to your Jira server and available projects.
On the next page of the dialog, specify the desired Jira project, the defect type you want to report there, and details of this issue:
Some of the fields on this page are permanent, some of them are optional and depend on the selected project and the defect type. The table below includes only permanent fields:
|Project||The name of your Jira project where you want to create an issue.|
|Issue Type||Use this drop-drown list to specify one of the issue types available in the selected project.|
|Summary||The issue title.|
|Attach extra files||
Use this drop-down list to specify whether the TestComplete log and System Information are attached to the created Jira issue.
|Description||A detailed description of the issue.|
If the issue has been created successfully, TestComplete shows the issue ID and offers to open the issue in your browser. Click Yes to open the issue or No to close the dialog.
You can create and update Jira issues and attach files to them directly from TestComplete script tests. For more information, see Sending Issues to Jira From Script Tests.