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Integration from Jenkins to XRAY "Execution key or Project key is required"


I'm following the documentation to integrate my Jenkins JUnit tests to JIRA.

The authentication process works perfect, but when I try to import the jUnit test results with the freshly created token, I receive the following error:

{"error":"Test Execution key or Project key is required."}

I am using this query:
curl -H "Content-Type: text/xml" -X POST -H "Authorization: Bearer ${token}" --data @report.xml

Do I need to specify another parameter somehow?

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I've found out another site with more documentation where the rest of parameters are specified ->

Now I can use the missing Project Key and the jUnit reports are imported to Jira automatically.

how did you get to generate the project key 

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