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Xray : How to get linked issues for a Test Plan, a Test Execution or Test Case in groovy


I try to automate the create of Test Plan, Test Execution and other kind of XRay issue type specially when a new version is created.

As I am trying to do it by groovy and Scriptrunner, the creation is working fine.

But I am strugling attaching by groovy a Test Execution to a Test Plan, a Test Case to a Test Execution, etc etc.

Here a visual example of linking a Test Execution to a Test Plan I want to do by groovy :

xray groovy.PNG

Using this kind of code doesn't work

Do you have an idea how I can achieve this ?

Many thanks in advance for your help



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Hi @JH ,

You can try Xray REST API to get the information. I notice there is a similar question was raised by other community member and seems like the only way would be using the rest api. 

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