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How to get tests and testsets in XRAY jira cloud setup Edited

I am looking through XRAY jira APIs here.

But these APIs seem to be for jira server and not jira cloud. Jira cloud did not have these APIs. 

My main use case is get tests associated to testset and tests associated to repository folders.


Thanks in advance

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Hi @Koushik Mohan 

You can use our integration with the Graphql to obtain those type of requests, bellow the documentations that you can look for guidance:

Best Regards,

Team Xray

Hi @Koushik Mohan ,

just to add that we now have some postman collections that show you exactly how to this. More on this open-source project:




@José Domingues _Xpand IT_  Yes I saw the GraphQL API. The problem is that I am writing an integration with x-ray. But according to the current flow, there is two flow. For cloud setup, I have to write graphQL implementation and for OnPremise setup I have to use the Rest API. Is there way to have a common flow. 

ie. Either Rest support in the cloud or vice versa.

Hi @Koushik Mohan ,

even though Xray Cloud and Xray server are similar products, they are different in nature, age, technologies, etc. Xray Cloud is also more recent, thererefore the Xray team decided for a more flexible approach - add GraphQL support.

So, unfortunately, you'll need to make separate implementations.



Thanks for the reply. I will try to make separate implementations

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