YouTrack is a proprietary, commercial browser-based bug tracker, issue tracking system and project management software, developed by JetBrains.

With YouTrack app, you can:

  • Link Qase test cases to YouTrack issues.

  • Link Qase test runs to YouTrack issues.

  • Create a new issue in YouTrack when you file a defect during a test run in Qase

Installation:

  1. Click "Apps" in your Qase workspace

  2. Click YouTrack App, then hit "Install now":

3. Sign in to YouTrack and obtain your YouTrack URL and Authorization Token then click “Install”:

  • Where to get your API tokens in YouTrack

4. The app is now successfully installed:

Usage:

  1. To link a YouTrack issue to a Qase test case:

    • Select a case in the repository and switch to Properties in the sidebar:

  • Click "Link YouTrack App issues":

  • Insert YouTrack issue ID into the field and hit "Link":

  • Now the YouTrack issue is linked:

  • To unlink the YouTrack issue, click "x" next to the issue ID:

2. To link a YouTrack issue to a Qase test run:

  • Select “Start new test run” in the test run section.

You can also link a YouTrack issue to an existing run by clicking on the three-dots-menu of the run you wish to link and click “Edit.”

  • Fill in the required and/or your desired fields and Click “Link YouTrack App Issue”

  • Insert YouTrack issue ID into the field and hit "Link":

  • Now the YouTrack issue is linked:

  • To unlink the YouTrack issue from the run, Click on “Edit” for the particular run and click "Unlink YouTrack App Issue":

3. To create a YouTrack issue together with a defect in Qase:

  • In the test run, mark your case as Failed, Blocked, or Invalid and proceed with creating a Defect:

  • In the Defect creation form, click “Choose Integration,” select "YouTrack App" and click "Add defect":

  • Select the YouTrack “Project,” and any other required field, then hit "Create":

  • In the Qase Defect you will now have a connected YouTrack issue link:

  • In YouTrack issue you will now have a connected Qase Defect:

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