At this point Zephyr Gadgets don't work with Confluence. We do anticipated to have a Zephyr Blueprint out early next year which will provide the ability to view testing statistics in Confluence.
Any update on the blueprint it's really getting important for our team to report on testing in JIRA. We are soon to be forced to write a gadget ourselves and I really need to avoid this. What about a beta release? We can trial it for you?
I want to know if exist a way to put the test plans (created in Zephyr) into Confluence.. something like a summary, also a plugin to put the charts that Zephyr create.
What future release will fix the issue when in Confluence and inserting the "Test Execution" or "Test Execution Details" macro - we get errors? The errors seem to be because the "Test Execution Details" macro box is missing the parameter text boxes that we would need to enter information in for these macros to work. For example, the "Test Execution Details" macro is missing the free form ZQL line for us to enter info in and the "Test Execution" macro is missing the boxes for us to choose the JIRA project/version.
Any news? I have seen info from Oct 2013 that blueprints were supposed to be made available later that month, but I can find nothing on the Atlassian Market or anywhere else.
That is really crucial, as I want to do all the reporting in confluence, and it is really blocking me right now...
Just wanted to update everyone and say that Zephyr Blueprints for Confluence is now available! This plugin supports adding Zephyr for JIRA gadgets and more into Confluence!
Learn more here:
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