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In theory you could configure Jenkins to send emails (see this too) to an email address that bugzilla is monitoring to create/update bugs. Alternatively, a Jenkins notifier could be configured to create a bugzilla ticket via xmlrpc (I don't know of an existing jenkins plugin that does this, however.)


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You can change the tab order with a SeaMonkey script (on Firefox), or a user script (in Chrome). Here is an example: // ==UserScript== // @name Bugzilla tweaks // @namespace http://bugzilla.yourcompany.com/bugs // @include http://bugzilla.yourcompany.com/bugs/* // @version 0 // ==/UserScript== function setTabIndex(id,index) { var node = ...


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If you want to stop external access then one way is to set Apache Password Protected Directories with .htaccess File This will mean any user accessing below a certain DIR level will require a password for access. Please note, this access is independent from the access granted by Bugzilla A simple instruction guide is available here


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I've used Basecamp and Jira separately, and Zapier seems to integrate both of those. They also have a free subscription here Fairly straightforward information here: Integrate Basecamp with JIRA If you find that your team is growing, or you need to integrate more issues you can always just subscribe to a higher tier. +1 for Zapier


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It's probably worth checking out Tarantula which is available as a free open source test management tool that can integrate with Jira and Bugzilla.



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