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Explore Project Organization with QARAJ

QARAJ is an add-on that integrates Jira with QARA Enterprise– a test automation tool – and adds advanced test management capability to the Jira interface. Project organization is a key aspect of project management, as it is the structure which forms the basis of the coordination and implementation of project activities. Effective project organization is important in order to deliver the project on time and avoid additional expenses incurred due to delay in projects.Discover how to use QARAJ for project organization in combination with other projects in Jira, through some common use cases given below.

  1. All-in-One  
  2. Requirements and Defects separated from Tests
  3. Isolated repository for Tests

1] All-in-One 

QARAJ allows you to use a single project to manage your Requirements and Defects, Test-related issues as well as all your Test Executions.

How to set it up

  1. Create a new Scrum project or use an existing one.
  2. Add Test case and Test Execution issue types to the project. You can do it from within Jira administration > Settings > Issues > Issue Type Schemes.

Add Test case issue type to the project

  1. In the project settings, within the Issue type schemes, define the Covered Issue Types (i.e., the testable entities such as the typical requirements, user stories, epics). On the left side, you can see all available Issue Types. Drag the ones you want (e.g., Story, Epic) to the Covered Issue Types and save the settings.

2] Requirements and Defects separated from Tests

If you already have a Jira project for managing Requirements and Defects and don't want to have any tests nor executions in this project, you can create a separate companion project with QARAJ just for testing purposes. 

How to set it up

  1. Create a Scrum project or use an existing one for managing the "Requirements Project".
  2. Create another project (it can also be a Scrum project) for managing the "Test Project". 
  3. In the "Test Project", add Test case issue types to the project. Remove all other issue types. You can do it from within Jira administration > Settings > Issues > Issue Type Schemes.  
  4. In the "Requirement Project" project settings, within the Test Coverage section (see Project Settings: Test Coverage), define the Covered Issue Types (i.e. the testable entities such as the typical requirements, user stories, epics). On the left side, you can see all available Issue Types. Drag the ones you want (e.g., Story, Epic) to the Covered Issue Types and save the settings. 

3] Isolated Repository for Test Cases

You use Jira only as a testing repository for creating Test cases and executions. There are uncommon scenarios where you have your requirements outside of Jira in some other tool e.g. QARA Enterprise.

We can access this requirement and testcases in QARAJ.

How to set it up

  1. Create a Scrum project or use an existing one for managing the "Test Project". This one will be handled like a Requirements Project;
  2. In the "Test Project", add Test case as issue type and Folder to the project. Remove all other issue types, except the issue type to be handled as a requirement and the Bug. You can also do it from within Jira administration > Settings > Issues > Issue Type Schemes. 
  3. In the project settings, within the Issue type schemes Project Settings: Issue type schemes, define the Covered Issue Types (i.e. the testable entities such as the typical requirements, user stories, epics). On the left side, you can see all available Issue Types. Drag the ones you want (e.g. Story, Epic) to the Covered Issue Types and save the settings.

QARAJ is an add-on that integrates with Jira and it has several features to aid in project organization. Jira is a tool designed for project management and QARAJ acts as the complementary tool to

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