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I am using Jira cloud and I installed the Xray add-on.
how can I get the API location?
its look like i don't have the raven path
Hi there, Team XRay.
I am sorry to say, but this is not an answer.
I am facing the same problem.
XRay support documentation? Where? It is very confusing. I cannot find a clear answer nor example on XRay cloud using raven!
Can you please give clear answers gor the folowing?
1. Is Raven path exists on Jira cloud + XRay (yes/no)?
2. If not, is there a reasonable replacement? The APIs in the link you have provided are very limited.
3. If yes, why we get 404 response? (which works fine on the non-cloud version)
For better guidance, you'll need to provide more information so I recommend you reach out Xray support and the team will be glad to help you out.
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Thanks, but no thanks.
Your support is less than worse. I will make it short for the sake of other people arriving here.
1. Raven is not supported on XRay cloud.
2. There is no replacement.
3. The new API is called xpandit and it is limited on its public version.
In order to migrate our customers with full functionality to XRay cloud we had to use a serious voodoo which cost us a significant decrease with performance (200%+).
You can check how we did it here
Whom ever can, change to Azure Test Manager or TestRail (they have the best and most reliable API).
The ones who really insist to work with Atlasian (god knows why) - Qmetry is a much better alternative