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How to import test results from Jenkins using Xray to the same execution?

When using the Xray Jenkins plugin to automatically import executions into JIRA.


In the documentation, I found this example, when importing JUnit Multipart:

"fields": {
"project": {
"key": "${ProjectKey}"
"summary": "Temp Test execution",
"issuetype": {
"name": "Test Execution"
"labels": [],
"fixVersions": [
"name": "testrelease"

Now, the confusion: when importing normally, with the form data, I can write in the Test Execution Key, and it will update the same execution.

When doing the multipart import, it always creates a new execution.

Is there a way to specify in the json, the Test execution key, not just the summary?

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Hi everyone, 

I already answered this same question on StackOverflow; currently it's not possible.

Giving here the link to the original answer, in case others find it useful.



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