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Last updated Aug 4, 2021

Authentication

The API URL is:

https://rtm-api.hexygen.com/api

Warning

In the Jira Cloud environment it IS NOT the same as your Jira base URL.

To authenticate, use your internal API TOKEN mechanism provided by Requirements and Test Management for Jira Cloud.

Steps

  1. Click Generate Token.
    Generate token to use REST API from Requirements and Test Management for Jira app
    Generate token to use REST API from Requirements and Test Management for Jira app
  2. Select the specific user for whom you want to generate a token.
  3. Use a label to give it a name.
  4. Click Generate.
  5. Copy your token, because after closing the window you will not be able to see the token anymore.
    Generate token to use REST API from Requirements and Test Management for Jira app
    Generate token to use REST API from Requirements and Test Management for Jira app

Result

After generating a token, this is how your API Tokens list should look like:

List of generated tokens to use REST API from Requirements and Test Management for Jira app
List of generated tokens to use REST API from Requirements and Test Management for Jira app

To use the generated key, in Postman tool choose the Authorization type called Bearer Token. In the Token field on the right side of the screen, type in the token generated before. You can also assign the request parameters to the token variable and type it in the field like it’s shown on the screen below.

Using REST API from Requirements and Test Management for Jira app in Postman
Using REST API from Requirements and Test Management for Jira app in Postman

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