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What is "yourserver" in http://yourserver/rest/raven/1.0/api/testrun

What is exactly "yourserver" is this URL http://yourserver/rest/raven/, I tried mentioning my jira URL but always getting 404 Not found

I want to get test run id using following api

"rest/raven/1.0/api/testrun? "

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It really does mean the name of your server, where your system is running.

Might be new to this, below are things i am doing

created new jira account > added xray > Running xray API's.

No idea where jira server is running

Ok, that begs the question of why you are trying to connect your Xray service to a Jira that you don't know the location of.

I doubt that's really the case.  But can you tell us where you access the Jira you are trying to connect it to?  What is the url of that Jira?

Hi Nic,

We are doing the XRAY integration with JIRA POC for our project.

We have created Few Tests, Test Executions in JIRA after importing Xray plugin over trial version of JIRA.

Test Execution : YP-5

Test : YP-2, YP-4

Now we are trying to get Test run ID from our Test Framework using following sample provided in Xray doc:

1. First we get Auth token using 

2. We are using that Auth token in following sample API





Error :404


1. We have also tried :

curl -H "Content-Type: application/json" -X GET -u username:password

Error :404

What docs are you following that tell you to do it this way?

Ah, I think I've spotted the problem.

You are reading Server/DC docs, but you're trying to connect to a Cloud system.

Try instead

yeah, thanks

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