If I create Jira issue(s) from a RY Test Sessions why page is not linking to Jira issue?

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Hi,
If we create Jira issue/using multiple Jira issues option from a RY Test Sessions, why page or requirements is not linking to Jira issues respectively?
Is this a open bug or we are missing any required step/procedure uring RY Test Sessions/PFA.

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Manjunatha Rajappa
January 4, 2019, 11:29 AM

I understood the correct objective of this new option now.
Means we can use RY Test compliance Add-on without having RY add-on
installed in confluence – is this Works?
or we can install RY Test compliance Add-on in Jira directly itself?.

On Fri, Jan 4, 2019 at 4:52 PM Adrien Ragot (Play SQL / CYO) (Play SQL

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Manjunatha Rajappa
January 4, 2019, 11:26 AM

Adrien,
create one requirement and one Jira issue for each item, yes even I too
agree it's simpler to manage and avoid duplicates.
But option to create a Jira issue should be present as part of *Requirement
Yogi Info option from the confluence page will be a great.*

  • But I am unable to see the create Jira issue option in the RY Test
    session created using latest RY version - please refer the attached screen
    shots for your reference in case if I am missing some thing here. *

  • Manju

On Fri, Jan 4, 2019 at 4:50 PM Adrien Ragot (Play SQL / CYO) (Play SQL

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manjunatha.rajappa@motorolasolutions.com
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+91 80 40005555 | kodiakptt.com | motorolasolutions.com
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Adrien Ragot (Old account)
January 4, 2019, 11:22 AM

> "Generate Tests for" i,e A Jira query ==> what is the purpose of this option?

Some people don't have Requirement Yogi, they only have T&C. This option lets them create a test sheet from a set of Jira issues, if they manage their requirements in Jira only.

Adrien Ragot (Old account)
January 4, 2019, 11:20 AM

Hi Manju,

> As per my understanding if any Requirement present in my test session FAILS

No, you don't need to mark a test as failed to create a defect. There are some situations where people mark it as Success (because the release can still proceed) but they raise a defect on a minor point.

I'm more open now to the idea of creating issues in bulk for each requirement, but I must emphasize that it will lead you to duplicate the records between Confluence and Jira, and having to synchronize them will be a mess (again: if you create one requirement and one Jira for each item, it might be simpler to only use Jira issues, without Requirement Yogi).

I'll see what I can do to fit it in the planning, but I don't promise anything.

Best regards,
Adrien

Manjunatha Rajappa
January 4, 2019, 11:14 AM

Also in addition to the above highlighted issue, I am seeing new option while creating the RY Test session in "Generate Tests for" i,e A Jira query ==> what is the purpose of this option? Please refer the attached snapshot.

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