Many organizations consistently choose to self host their application as it gives them complete control of almost everything. If you want to place Jira behind your corporate firewall and restrict access to someone who isn’t on your private network, you can do the same.
LambdaTest-Jira integration allows you to integrate your self-hosted Jira instance and create the issues directly from the LambdaTest platform. You can send annotated issues to the project of your choice, assign them to a colleague, and add a screenshot straight from the LambdaTest platform.
You can integrate your self-hosted Jira with the LambdaTest platform. To view and install integrations, you would need to have admin or user-level access.
Step 1: Login to your LambdaTest account and select ‘Integrations’ from the left menu bar. You will be taken to the integration page where you’ll find third-party apps available to integrate. Click on ‘Jira’ icon under the ‘Bug Tracker’ category.
Step 2: You will be guided to the below screen. Click on ‘Self Hosted’.
Step 3: Enter your Jira URL, Jira username and password in the provided fields then Click on ‘Install’.
Step 4: Visit the Integration page, you’ll find the Jira integration under the category ‘My Integrations’.
Once you have established LambdaTest-Jira integration, you can directly mark and push your bugs from LambdaTest to your Jira dashboard.
Step 1: Select the test that you want to perform from the left menu bar. For demonstration, we will perform Real-time testing.
Step 2: Enter the test URL of the website/web app in the URL field. Select the browser and OS combinations that you wish to perform the test on and then click on ‘Start’.
Step 3: A LambdaTest virtual machine will fire up where you can perform real-time testing of your websites and web-apps to find bugs/issues. If you encounter a bug, you can click on the Spider icon from the left panel for capturing a screenshot of the same.
Step 4: Once the screenshot is captured, you can annotate any bugs or a task with an in-built image editor. After highlighting the bug, click on ‘Mark as Bug’.
Step 5: After clicking on Mark as Bug, a Jira-specific ticket will open up. Fill in the fields as per your requirement and click on ‘Create Issue’.
You can integrate one bug-tracking tool at a time. If you want to integrate to a similar third party application, then need to remove your current integration. Here is how to do that.
Step 1: Login to your LambdaTest account.
Step 2: Navigate to ‘Integrations’ tab from the left menu bar.
Step 3: Under the category ‘My Integrations’. You can find the ‘Remove’ button adjacent to Jira icon.
That was all you need to know for LambdaTest + Jira Self Hosted Integration. If you have any questions for us, please feel free to let us know. Our experts are always available on chat to help you out. Happy testing!