We are on jira cloud. I need the ability to import data currently housed in an excel file and get it to Zephyr. The excel file has headings in cells A1, B1, C1, D1, etc It lists the test case - in cell A2, then in B2, B3,B4, etc lists the test steps and then in C2, C3, C4, etc lists the acceptance criteria. How can I load that data into Jira so we do not have to manually cut the information out of excel and paste in zephyr?
The only thing, which is supported now is to migrate test cases. You can do it with the Import Utility.
Kindly read this thread:
You can upload the test cases to JIRA Zephyr using the Zephyr for JIRA Importer Utility
Download the zfj-importer-utility-0.38.jar
Open the zfj-importer-utility-0.38.jar
Enter the JIRA URL in Url field
Enter Username & Password
Click connect button
Select the Project & Issue Type (Test)
Select The discriminator type as 'By Test case name change'
Prepare the Test case excel with relevant test cases (Column A: Test Name,Column B:Test Step,Column C :Test Result)
Enter the excel column names as A.B,C,D in Zepht Testcase Importer
Click on Pick Import file & Start import
The message should return as TestCaseFileName.xls imported successfully
Check the uploaded test cases in selected project Backlog
Save the file in the .csv file.
Select Test , from the top menu of Zephyr.
Select project, link type , issue type, link- the issue should be assigned , file type -excel, browse - .csv file and retrieve mapping, discriminator by sheet or test case name change, starting row - always greater than 1.
Now do the data mapping by dragging the field from right to left on the field mapping area. and select import.
The .csv file should be imported into the Zephyr plugin and populate all the relevant field.
I don't think so that only admin can do, any user can do it unless restricted.
Pre-receive hooks that verify the Git commit message, the modified files, and implement similar code change controls used to be requirements of large enterprises working in regulated industries only....
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