Bugzilla is a web-based universally useful bug tracker and testing instrument initially created and utilized by the Mozilla project, and authorized under the Mozilla Open Permit
On the off chance that you are one of those individuals who have grown enamored fond TFS 2013 and its abilities yet utilizing Bugzilla for defect tracking, here is some intriguing data for you.
Bugzilla without a doubt is an extraordinary defect tracking tool. Be that as it may, when we discuss Application Lifecycle management (ALM) offered by the TFS with end-to-end traceability, the imperfection management in an external tool, may end up being the significant chink in your protective layer.
Even though the goal of moving far from Bugzilla to TFS might hide in your mind, the absence of the tools for the reason might hindering your plans. The sheer efforts required to move the current defect data from the Bugzilla to the TFS might be the major deterrent.
Fortita has built a migration tool “Bugzilla to TFS 2013 Migrator Tool” which is very user friendly and is capable of migrating the complete defect information from the Bugzilla Defect Tracking System into the Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2013. The data migrated would include:
- The information from the defect fields
- The transaction history
- The transition history
- The user information
- The attachments
- The final state
- The current assignee