Test Management for Jira Cloud

30 Nov 2018

What’s New

Check out the features we’ve recently added to TM4J.

REST API Release

After many months of hard work, the TM4J Cloud team has released the REST API. We beta-tested the API over the last month, collected feedback, and made improvements based on that feedback.

Today we’re releasing the main functionality, which revolves around publishing test results to Test Management for Jira.

In future releases, we’ll continue to develop and improve the functionality, next by adding endpoints to create test scripts for a test case.

If there’s something missing that you’d really like to be included, please make the request via our Support Desk and we’ll do our best to accommodate.

Current Limitations

In order to make the API available for beta-testing as quickly as possible, we knowingly left a few areas unfinished (though they’re in development).

These unfinished items, which are not available for the best-testing phase, include the following:

  • No change history for API updates

  • A lack of test script endpoints

Getting Started with the REST API

Follow these steps to get started using the REST API.

  1. Review the API documentation for all the details on available API endpoints and data models.

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  2. Generate an access key through the Test Management for Jira API key generator. For more information, see our Generating Access Keys documentation.

Complete those steps, and you’ll be ready to use the REST API!

The URL for API requests is: https://api.adaptavist.io/tm4j/v2/{endpoint}

The authorisation we use is based on JWThttps://jwt.io/[(https://jwt.io/)]

You’ll need to use a Bearer token. Add the "Authorization" header with the value "Bearer {token}".