adding a testcase to a testcyle generating http 400 bad request

I have installed jira 6.2, zephr for jira 2.2 and zapi 1.0 in a 30 day eval instance

I have created a project, added a couple of version to that project and then added some test cases to those versions

Using zapi, I have gotten the projectId/versionId and then created a test cycle to that version sucessfully

I am using the projectId/versionId retreived earlier and wish to add that testcase to the newly created testcycle using the rest call addTestsToCycle. Using the same params that worked in earlier rest calls. The error message I get is -"Invalid Cycle":"Unable to create execution, cycleId 9 does not belong to project 10000." even though I created that cycle with project 10000.

I tried to get all the cycles associated with that project to see what was there and got this message and got a http 400 response - bad requests

I am using the curl examples

My goal is to push test results on our jira server using zapi. Are there any other examples that I can try to use?

1 answer

Hello Jan,

The API "/rest/zapi/latest/cycle" retrieve all Test Cycles for a given version of the selected project. If you are not able to get the cycles of that project or versions, please check the input as per the correct values from JIRA.

Apart from the Curl examples there are examples in different code formats.Check them by selecting Show code sample dropdown once an API is selected.

Kind Regards,

Swapna Kumar vemula.

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