Ans: JIRA is nothing but an issue tracking product or software testing tool developed by the company Atlassian. This tool is mostly used for the bug or issue tracking, managing the project, and debugging the complex errors. JIRA tool usually runs on these three aspects and is widely used in software development projects.
Ans: Atlassian developed JIRA is nothing but an issue tracking tool and most commonly used in agile methodology. Let me explain the few advantages of using JIRA;
Ans: JIRA workflow is a set of software-related activities that are used to perform operations like tracking an issue and transitions during the software development life cycle. The transition is a link between the two statues and the issue moves from one transition status to another status. The status defines the nature of the work which is done by the tester.
The following are the important phases that occur in the JIRA workflow;
Ans: Let me explain a few important differences between JIRA and Bugzilla
|Bugzilla is an open-source software tool||Whereas JIRA is a commercial software tool|
|Bugzilla is not a user-friendly tool||Whereas JIRA is a user-friendly software tool|
|Drag and drop issue options are not available in Bugzilla||Drag and drop issue options are available in JIRA|
|Bugzilla has only one configuration link type||JIRA has a configuration link types which contains user-defined semantics|
|Supports blocks/user depends on the custom option available||JIRA has a pluggable debugging links and user can access them outside of the tool|
|Bugzilla owns show/hide the customized common field or specific values||JIRA software tool allows customized configuration based on the project type and type fields|
Ans: The answer is yes, the user can access the JIRA cloud site via a mobile device, for that you have to use the appropriate URL of the JIRA mobile cloud site in your mobile website browser.
Ans: As we know, the JIRA architecture was not designed to work well with the server as a test case management tool. So it will be configured to support the test case management system in two different possible ways. After that users can either change the native JIRA components to meet the test case management system and also you can use add-ons option available in the parent company (Atlassian marketplace).
Labeling issue: This issue enables the user to categorize the raised issue in the form of information and later it is assigned to any component or version. This issue can be found using labels.
Linking issue: this issue enables the user to link any kind of issue or multiple issues that can also be associated either on the same or different JIRA servers.
Ans: JIRA generates the reports which are based on the project, version, or any fields within the given issues. Let me give a few examples,
Ans: The cloning issue in JIRA allows users to generate a duplicate of the original issue so this makes the developer work on a single issue within a single project. The clone issue in JIRA can be connected to the original issue, and holds information like,
Ans: This explains how the customer and service desk agent can work together to resolve the issue. First, the customer submits a request -> a portal or by mail service desk agent, user can see the request in the JIRA request service desk line, and later they perform an investigation. The customer and other user participants make use of the portal or email to discuss the issue and the person (service agent) who resolves the issue. Finally, the service agent completes the request and the customer is satisfied.
Ans: The following steps explain how to generate a report in JIRA,
Step 1: first navigate to the desired JIRA dashboard -> click on reports -> now you can find different types of reports
Step 2: Now click on Switch report -> now you can view a different report
Step 3: now click on the report to see other options for reports.
Ans: An issue in JIRA represents anything in the form of a software bug, project-related task, or any request form. Issues are considered as the building blocks of JIRA software projects. The different organization uses the JIRA to track the issues which are raised during the development of a software project.
Ans: Let me explain the steps involved to create the issues in JIRA;
Step 1: Click on the create a button on the top of the screen-> this opens the create issue dialog box.
Step 2: Now select the relevant project and issue type -> this option available in the create issue dialog box.
Step 3: type the summary ->complete any appropriate fields
Step 4: make sure that you have checked all the fields correctly before creating the next issue in the dashboard.
Step 5: if all the details are valid-> now click the create button.
Ans: There are 3 primary color indicators available in JIRA such as;
Ans: A Kanban board in JIRA is nothing but a board that can be created using either Kanban preset or the DIY options. This Kanban board is suitable for those whose focus is on only managing and constraining work-in-progress time.
Ans: A scrum board is nothing but a board that is created using the Scrum preset option. This Scrum board is suitable for those who have planning to work in Sprints time.
Burn up chart creation steps:
Burndown chart creation steps:
Ans: Jira components are nothing but the subdivision of a project which is used to group the issues within a software project into smaller ones.
Ans: The validator in JIRA checks the input which is valid in transition level and it will not progress any kind of issue to the destination transition status when it fails.
Ans: JIRA security setting is used to restrict any access to the issue to only those who have authorized to work on issues. This security level of any issue can be set either when the issue is created or when it is being edited.
Ans: To modify any bulk issue, you need to use the bulk change options -> tool menu-> now select all the issues on the current page that can be now used for the bulk operations.
The following details you will get when you perform a bulk operation such as;
Ans: Some popular add –on for JIRA included are,
Ans: Schemas are one of the major parts of JIRA configuration systems. These collected configured values were later used by one or more JIRA projects. The examples are notification schemas, issue type schema, permission schema, and many more.
Ans: Practically speaking, this is not possible to transition an issue back to its previous status. However, for an emergency purpose, you can use the “On hold “feature to perform this task.
Ans: The following steps will explain how to create user stories in JIRA;
Ans: JIRA dashboard is a type of web browser page that includes many user-friendly tools and features to work on any kind of issue.
Ans: The move issue wizard helps users to specify the JIRA project in any JIRA instances. This issue permits users to perform any type of modification to certain attributes of the issue such as issue status, and custom field values.
Ans: Under the Audit log in JIRA, the user can see all the details about the issues generated, and also changes made to any issue.
Ans: The following navigation explains how to perform this,
First, go to the JIRA dashboard -> select the dashboard link -> click the “Add gadgets” button on the dashboard -> now use the gadget wizard to pick the selected gadgets.
Ans: If the JIRA workflow is active, the user cannot edit the workflow name and description.
Ans: The reason behind using JIRA is
Labelling Issue: It enables you to categorize an issue in a more informal way than assigning it to a component or version. You can then search issues according to label.
Linking Issue: This feature enables you to link an association between two issues on either on the same or different JIRA servers.
Ans: You can email an issue by using the share option in JIRA. You can also email other JIRA users a link to the issue by sharing the issue with them or by mentioning them in an issue’s Description or Comment field.
Ans: To disable mail notification for a particular Bulk Operations, you have to de-select the “Send Notification” checkbox in the bulk operation wizard.
Ans: Three color will be displayed representing the amount of time spent behind the issue:
Original Estimate (Blue): The amount of time originally estimated to resolve the issue
Remaining Estimate(Orange): The remaining amount of time left to resolve the issue
Time Spen or Logged (Green): The amount of time spent so far while resolving the issue
Ans: Some popular add-ons for JIRA include,
Ans: Schemes are a major part of JIRA configuration. It is a collection of configured values that can be used by one or more JIRA project. For instance, Notification Schemes, Permission Scheme, Issue Type Scheme, and so on. There are total seven types of schemes.
Ans: In JIRA, you can take backup of your JIRA cloud data using Backup Manager. But only one backup file is stored at a time. The existing backup is overwritten by new ones.
Ans: The backup data includes:
Ans: As such Statuses are global objects in JIRA. Changing the name of the status on one workflow will change the status on all workflows that use that status
Ans: The Validators in JIRA checks that any input made to the transition is valid before the transition is performed. If a validator fails, the issue will not progress to the destination status of the transition
Ans: The events are classified in two a System event (JIRA defined events) and Custom event (User defined events). An event describes the status, the default template and the notification scheme and workflow transition post function associations for the event.