Feature #4798

Bugzilla RPC compliant adapter

Added by Todd Nine over 9 years ago. Updated over 8 years ago.

Status:NewStart date:2010-02-11
Priority:NormalDue date:
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Category:REST API
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Description

I personally feed that Redmine is quite superior to Jira and Bugzilla. However, a lot of software, such as Teamcity, Cruise Control all support integration with Bugzilla to pull issue descriptions and change logs for continuous integration. Given that the Bugzilla RPC api is widely accepted, are there any plans to implement a Buzilla RPC compliant adapter into Redmine? I think this would help with acceptance of redmine into enterprise operations such as ours.

Thanks,
Todd

History

#1 Updated by Jeffrey Jones over 9 years ago

Good lord that looks like a big API ( Assuming http://www.bugzilla.org/docs/3.0/html/api/ ).

Maybe the chances of someone implementing it would be increased if we could identify exactly what parts of the API are required by the applications mentioned above.

#2 Updated by Julien Huang over 8 years ago

Indeed, Bugzilla or JIRA seems to have their API wideley implemented in third-party software. Personally, the integration with an IDE like NetBeans would be a huge step forward in our workflow.

NetBeans supports the Bugzilla bugtracker, and the ability to link a commit to a ticket and update it (without switching to a browser going to Redmine), which really improves the overall developer experience.

#3 Updated by Julien Huang over 8 years ago

On more thing, about the Bugzilla API. The doc looks huge, but only the webservice namespace have to be implemented (Bugzilla::WebService).

XML-RPC and JSON are supported.

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