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I am trying to import test cases from Excel file into Jira using Zephyr Test Case Importer (zfj-importer-utility-0.40)
I am on Server based Jira
When I fill out all mandatory information and Click Start Import, nothing happens.
No test cases are imported and no error is displayed
I made it by working around it. Start of the zephyr from command prompt by using the following command.
java -jar <importer-utility-filename.jar>
You can also find the answer in the link below. Read @Cait M reply.
I have had similar issue, but when I opened the utility through command Prompt "java -jar zfj-importer-utility-0.40.jar" it worked.
But my question is, why doesn't it work when I open the utility normally?
I have the same issue on macos big sur, I solve it:
The problem is java version 11, it needs a lower java version
Remove the java directories into:
/Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/ (maybe you've here java11)...
WARNING! if you delete this directories, apps as sql server (new versions) will be stop working.
and then setup java 8 from java.com
the importer will be working again.
Then you should upgrade again you java version to follow working with your other apps.
I have found that using OpenJDK gives an error which seems to be related to the way in which java reports its version number. The console gives this message:
Exception in thread "AWT-EventQueue-0" java.lang.NumberFormatException: Not a version: 10
Where the number after "Not a version:" represents the version of java in use (I also tried with version 17 and got the same error but with "17" instead of "10".
Using Oracle JDK (and read the license before you install it) gets past this error for me.