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Mobile teams love working with AppPulse mobile to gain insights into the usage of their Android and iOS apps. However, collaboration quickly becomes a challenge if one needs to share the rich data from issues captured in the reports manually across teams. This is where AppPulse Mobile’s integration with the defect management systems Octane and Jira makes workflow seamless. In this blog we explore AppPulse Mobile’s ease of integration with Jira. But before we get started, let’s lay down the building blocks for this process.
1) Introduction: Here is a brief information about both the products:
a) AppPulse Mobile:Micro Focus AppPulse Mobile is an Android and IOS mobile app performance monitoring tool that tracks the real user experience of your mobile apps. Mobile teams receive actionable data to prioritize issues that are impacting most users to achieve a 5-star app rating.
b) Jira: Jira is a commercial software product which is developed by Atlassian. Jira is used to track bugs and can manage the projects.
2) Benefits: This integration helps stich together defect detection and defect management. Once integrated, users would be able to submit defects in Jira directly from the AppPulse Mobile reports for the following types of issues:
a) Mobile Application Crashes
b) Mobile Application Errors or Application slow performances
3) Key notes: One would need to consider the following points when integrating AppPulse mobile with Jira.
i. Keep the following details handy.
a) JIRA Account URL
b) User Name
ii. Enter the required fields and click Connect to JIRA to complete the integration process.
iii) Once connected to Jira, the Projects dropdown displays the available projects within the account. Select the desired project and click Save.
4) Submitting defects: Once the integration is successful, users can submit defects from the AppPulse Mobile reports. Refer to the Submit a defect section in the AppPulse mobile help page. The following screenshots could be used as reference.
5) Viewing defects in Jira: Login to the Jira and open the project that was selected in AppPulse Mobile. The submitted CR would be shown as below.
Note: Although the AppPulse Mobile Demo Application "Advantage Mobile Banking" allows the submission of defects, no real defect is submitted. Actual Jira defects can only be submitted from apps you create in AppPulse Mobile.
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