QMetry Open API

Detailed documentation on QMetry REST API provides all the details a developer would need for each of the API calls that are supported with code samples. The Headers, Body and Response provided here are for your reference only. You can use tool like Postman to try these APIs.

Overview of QMetry for Jira Open API Documentation

Go to https://qtm4jserver400.docs.apiary.io/ to view and try all APIs.

The main page of API documentation is divided into two sections:

A. Authentication

B. Grouping of APIs

Benefits of using QMetry API tool

  • Headers and Parameters are predefined, just give API key and trigger the testing.


QMetry authenticates all the REST API requests using api key. API Key can be generated from Jira, go to QMetry > Configuration > Open API > Generate. Here are the detailed steps.

Grouping of APIs

You can see the groups of APIs listed on the panel at left. Just click on the section you want to view and use the APIs of. The section is expanded on the left as well as on the right panel showing APIs under it.

To access an example of a particular API, click on it in the right panel.

For example,

You want to use API of Create new Test Case.

  1. Expand the Test Case API group on the panel at left and select Create New Test Case API.
  2. On the right panel, again click on the Create new Test Case API. It displays relevant Example on the third panel.

Understanding the Example

The Example panel displays corresponding details of the selected API.

  • Request Type: API request type.
  • URL: The base URL will be as per your Jira instance.
  • Request:
    • Headers: Provide headers. Generate your API Key for authentication from QMetry > Configuration > Open API > Generate.
    • Body: The section displays mandatory parameters for the API. If you want to view more available parameters, then click on Show JSON Schema as shown in the Additional Body Parameters .
  • Response: You can view corresponding response for the request.

Additional Body Parameters

To see additional parameters to be passed in request body click on 'SHOW JSON SCHEMA'. 

See Examples here - how to use additional fields from json schema.