in testlink 1.9.7 integrated with jira with soap interface. When clicked in testlink on failed test cased and then click on export to spreadsheet, it gives junk number in excel.
Please let me know
This is the setting I have done for jira integration in testlink.
Jira Soap interface
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The integration you've given is to enable Testlink to create Jira issues, but the data you are extracting is from Testlink, so it's irrelevant. You need to work out what Testlink is doing - where the junk number comes from, how Testlink generates it and why.
Jira may well be the source of the number, but until you know where Testlink is getting the number from (which is something you've configured in Testlink), it's not really worth asking about Jira.
What is the actual field that Testlink is showing a random number in?
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I am getting following:
129584:QA - Store Locator maps and Direction - Error message for invalid start address is displaying as pop-up and wording of error message are not correct.
whereas it should be:
TEST-1751:[Indefinite Hold]:QA - Store Locator maps and Direction - Error message for invalid start address is displaying as pop-up and wording of error message are not correct.
Right, so where is Testlink getting that 129584 from? How have you configured it ot acquire that field from Jira?
I can see it's supposed to be for getting the ID field and I suspect I know what it's actually doing, but what it's doing is done in Testlink. The "integration" you've given is for creating issues, nothing to do with getting data back from Jira.
So it's linking correctly somehow, but Testlink is configured to output a number instead of a useful string.
(For what it's worth, I *suspect* the number you're seeing is the Jira issue ID in the database, rather than the issue Key/status combination you want)
This is stuff configured in Testlink, which I don't know well enough to help you. It really does feel like the integration is correct and working ok, but Testlink is not giving you the right data.
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