Integration with Jira Cloud - token, credentials and tracker
- You need to have your Jira Cloud instance up and running.
- You need to have administrator’s privileges in your Jira Cloud instance.
- You need to have Allure TestOps administrator account.
- We’ll create API token on Jira Cloud side.
- We’ll create Jira Server credentials on Allure side.
- We’ll add issue tracker with Jira type.
- We’ll check the integration.
Create API token on Jira Cloud side
- In the Atlassian cloud product, go to
API token section
- From your product main page go to Account settings > Security > API Token
- Click Create API token.
- In the opened dialog enter the Label for your token and click Create.
- Click Copy to clipboard, then use this token to create credentials in Allure.
In Allure TestOps main UI page jump to the Administration area and then to Credentials section.
Click green +Create button.
Add Jira Cloud account credentials as follows:
- Make sure you entering distinguishable label for the credentials.
- Make sure you’re selecting the basic credentials type.
- Add your Jira Cloud username
- Paste the security API token you’re created to the password field.
- Hit Submit.
Adding issue tracker to Allure TestOps configuration
Proceed with this strep only if you’ve created credentials for Jira Cloud.
In Allure Administration section go to the Issue Tracker section and click +Create.
- Name your tracker.
- Add Jira Server’s domain name or IP address.
- Select type jira-cloud.
- Select credentials created on previous step.
- Enable the items you need Allure TestOps to perform.
- Click Test connection.
- Click Submit if everything is working.