Released on .
Compatible with JIRA 6.3.0 and later.
End of Support
JIRA versions prior to 7.0 will not be compatible with next versions of Test Management for JIRA.
Now you can link test cases to JIRA issues easier than ever to establish requirements coverage. Also, trace test runs and test plans to ensure that you have the most important aspects of the product covered from a testing standpoint.
By using the new traceability engine, you can create a one to many relationship between test cases, issues, test runs, test plans and Confluence pages. Also, you can trace requirements stored in external tools by using the brand new "Web links" traceability option.
Test runs related to the covered test cases are automatically listed in the issue view page. You don't need to link the test run manually to ensure traceability.
Issue linking allows you to create an automatic association between issues reported during the test execution and the user stories covering the test cases executed. When you file a bug during the test execution, this bug is linked to the user story covered by the test case. This behaviour is disabled by default.
Check the documentation for full details here
Now you can easily track previous test results right inside the issue view page. Just click on the test case to drill down and see the latest test results.