Importing Cases

Finally, you may need to import cases from another bug-tracking system. If you're using the open-source Bugzilla system (http://www.bugzilla.org/), then there's a solution built into FogBugz. Locate the importBugzilla.asp file in your FogBugz folder, and open it in your browser, as shown in Figure 2-7.

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Figure 2-7. Preparing to import bugs from Bugzilla

Figure 2-7. Preparing to import bugs from Bugzilla

If you're using something other than Bugzilla, things can be trickier, because you're basically on your own. However, you do have one advantage: everything is stored in a single SQL Server, Access, or MySQL database, and the field names are sensible. So if your existing bug-tracking tool is backed by a database, you can use the tool of your choice (such as SQL Server Data Transformation Services) to move the data from the old database to the new database.

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