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How to intergrate with redmine? #41

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archonwang opened this Issue Jun 27, 2017 · 3 comments

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archonwang commented Jun 27, 2017

WARNING: do not publically report security issues in the bug tracker!
Ping us via email to coordinate the fix and disclosure of the problem!

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How to intergrate with redmine?

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atodorov commented Jun 27, 2017

How to intergrate with redmine?

Hi @archonwang,
the existing integration boils down to:

  1. You can click Report from an existing test case run and this will open the bug tracker with pre-filled information. Thinks like steps to reproduce, product, etc will be taken from the test case.
  2. When adding bug number to a Test Case Run you have the option to add a comment to the bug tracker linking back to the test case URL.
  3. If the bug tracker supports displaying multiple issues on one page (via URL parameters) this is also supported for the reporting section.

All of this happens inside the tcms/issuetrackers/ directory. Checkout the GitHub integration it is probably the easiest one. Would you like to submit a PR ?

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archonwang commented Jun 28, 2017

@atodorov ,
so sorry that I am not similar with the python or ruby.
or anyone have same requirements about it?

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atodorov commented Jun 28, 2017

ok then, I will consider this as request for enhancement for a future release. Thanks for your submission.

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