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Traceability report in JIRA

Is there any Tracebility report plugin to see end to end report to see Requirements ,Test cases and defects in a single report, Right now we are using different projects for Requirements, Test cases and Defects, we have some test report in R4J but we have performance using R4J Coverage report, fails to open with large data.

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Rina Nir Marketplace Partner Aug 27, 2021 • edited

Have a look at Jira Snapshots for Confluence. Its an App for Confluence which pulls static Jira data into Confluence - it can pull as many levels of data as you need for your traceability. Its easy to setup- it uses JQL to select the data that is included, and you can select any of the Jira fields. It's an easy way to create traceability matrices, for example- for release documentation.
You can refresh the data whenever you need, and compare between different versions of the data. This is particularly handy when you need to review/approve the traceability information.
(Disclosure: I am one of the developers behind this App)


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You should try out "Links Explorer Traceability & Hierarchy". This is really good Traceability reports.

I heard Greenlight guru has good traceability matrix, and as long as I know they are integrated with Jira.

Thanks for posting. Most interesting.

You may take a look synapseRT traceability matrix, it shows requirement, test case, test executions and bugs in the matrix, see screenshot below.


EazyBI is quite a good add-on for cross-project reporting Ashish... 

Hi Nigel,


Thanks for your reply,

This report is generated in R4J coverage view , this is based on linked issues, can we generate same report using eazybi with custom fields data in between these issues like release, priority etc..traceability_report.jpg

Like Gokilavani Kumaraswamy likes this

I am looking for a traceability matrix that generates a report with url links back to the requirements/issues etc. I am using the standard report from JIRA but it does not appear to have this in the the output. Any suggestions for an alternative, or perhaps I am missing something that I can configure?

Like Andrea likes this

Hi Ash,

 Could you please let me know how you arrived at the report you have shown above. Did you create the artifacts like Epic, Usecase , Requirements, Test case, Defects as an issue and link it to the Epic?

Hi, We've just released a traceability report in our AssertThat BDD Test Automation plugin.  The plugin is built for BDD implementations so it provides a gherkin editor and screens to create and maintain your features and scenarios. 

You can then link your Jira Issues (epics/userstories) to your scenarios in the Jira issue view.

The traceability report then allows you to view:

Jira Issues (epics/userstories) to AssertThat Features/Scenarios

Take a look at:

Traceability matrix details are at:



Like Leonard Collins likes this

Thanks for this Nick. I'll take a look.

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