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How to let Cypress For Jira automatically create Jira issues on failed test?

I am planning to have a test automation workflow using Cypress, Jira, and Bitbucket pipelines where:

  • I write my Cypress tests
  • Integrate them in the bitbucket pipelines 
  • Give the project key found in my Cypress Dashboard as an option in the bitbucket pipelines  
  • Having my results in Cypress Dashboard after a successful run through the pipelines
  • let the Jira issues automatically be raised on failure tests

I know that I can create a Jira issue manually after navigating to the Cypress dashboard but I wonder if there's a way to let Cypress For Jira raise them automatically. If not is there any 3rd party tool I can use to let this scenario happen? Thanks in advance

 

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