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Adding more information when importing Robot Framework test results

Benoit L I'm New Here Mar 09, 2021


I am currently using the /rest/raven/1.0/import/execution/robot/multipart endpoint to import my test results into Xray. Here is the JSON that accompanies the API call : 


{    "fields": {        "project": {            "id": project_id        },        "fixVersions":[                 version        ],        "summary": "Test Execution for robot Execution " + identificationinfo,        "issuetype": {            "id": "18002"        },        "customfield_28927": [            testplan_jira         ]                   }


For some reason, ever since i added the fixVersions field, it gives the following error : "There's no information regarding the project where the issues will be created."


Any ideas on what i am doing wrong ? I would also like to change the status of the newly created test execution to DONE. Can i do that by adding the status field in this JSON file ?


Thanks for any help !

1 answer

Hi @Benoit L 

Instead of using the name fixVersions try to use the custom field ID, using it like this:


If you need further help, please contact the Xray Support ( so that we can request additional information and investigate further.

Kind regards,
Rogério Paiva [Xray Support Team]

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