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Field Accessibility inside the RTM Panel


i would like to ask how can i access the fields inside the RTM panel to Jira?
I'm trying to create a report for the test executions and test cases but i could not extract the execution result to jira.

i've attached an image for the sample fields that i need to extract for Jira Reporting.

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Hi @Francis John A Chua ,

Most of the fields are standard Jira fields which you can use in JQL search instead of "Result" which is saved as an Issue property.

I strongly suggest creating "Test Execution" and "Test Case Executions" reports which you can send to RTM Dashboard.


Test Execution and Test Case Execution reports are exclusive to RTM and cannot be import to Jira for reporting. Is there any way to achieve this, to export this reporting to Jira? and you also mentioned Issue Property, which means can be access from Jira?

Hi @Francis John A Chua ,

You can use Issue Property to search for issues by JQL. Here you have an example:

project = "TR" AND["result-status"].statusName= "To do"


Just put other results instead "To do". 


thank you on this. Much appreciated. Do you have documentation for the different Issue Properties? we believe RTM has different properties in compare with other plugins.

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