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I need a plugin that allows to import the results that are generated by Jenkins Edited

We need a plugin in order to allow us to import the Selenium auto test results from Jenkins in a report format to Jira Cloud


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Hi @Rim CHATTI ,

How do you want to use these results in Jira? Are you already using a test management add-on in Jira? Can you use Jenkins to generate the reports? I'd recommend to check the Atlassian marketplace to see the different options, based on your requirements you may find an add-on that meets your needs:


Have you checked TestFLO - Test Management for Jira?

It has built-in Jenkins integration and allows you to trigger a test run from Jira on Jenkins, and import test results automatically from Jenkins into Jira, represented as test cases with passed/failed statuses set. It supports Selenium given that you are running it through anything that is able to return a JUnit-compatible XML result file (or TestNG-compatible XML).

Here are more details: test automation documentation.

Also: TestFLO's marketplace listing.

In case you have more questions, either respond here or contact

Radek Cichocki

Hi @Rim CHATTI ,


AIO Tests has a Jenkins plugin using which you can mark runs from automated tests for any JUnit compatible framework/TestNG/Cucumber.

You can also create new cases while importing results or choose to import your feature files as tests.

For more details on our Jenkins plugin, refer to our documentation.

If you would like a demo, please contact us via our support portal or book at your own convenience from here.



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