Test Management for Jira
Your team works agile and uses Jira by Atlassian? You are still looking for a suitable tool to cover the whole testing?
Then the Jira Integration of TestBench Cloud Services is the ideal solution for you! You can synchronize your data from Jira with TestBench Cloud Services in just a few steps using manual or time-triggered synchronization. Jira remains the master system for requirements, tasks and issuses, testing (design, execution etc.) is done via TestBench to ensure the coverage of the requirements and the traceability between tests and requirements.
You can define the Jira issue types, which are displayed in TestBench as Epic or User Story. Then title and description of elements are transferred into TestBench Cloud Services. The synchronized elements are displayed and behave exactly like objects created in the TestBench in terms of management of activities and assignment of test cases. Activity markers are also calculated for the imported objects. There is also no difference in behavior to objects created directly in the TestBench, the status of test cases is displayed in the same way. The synchronization is documented with a logfile.
The Jira integration is included in the concurrent license and in the trial version of TestBench Cloud Services.
Only two prerequisites are necessary to get started
- Your Jira server (local or in the cloud) must be accessible
- API calls to the outside must be available.
That's how it works:
Open the product in TestBench Cloud Services and the corresponding project in Jira that you want to synchronize.
Click on the cogwheel icon of the TestBench Product.
Click on "Requirements System" and enter the configuration for the Jira integration.
- Jira Connection
- Jira Server Certificate
- Jira Login
- Jira Password
- Epic Configuration: search query for epics
- User Story Configuration: search query for user stories
Click on the button "Synchronize now".
Close the configuration window.
Click here to watch a detailed tour about the configuration of the Jira Integration.