1. Write JBehave story on the view issue page in Jira
Once you have installed the plugin (see Installation for more information) you should see two new panels called "JBehave Story" and "JBehave Story Reports" on the view issue page in Jira.
"JBehave Story" panel is where you write new or edit an existing JBehave story. You can enter one JBehave story for one Jira issue.
2. Execute JBehave tests as part of your project build
Run your project build either locally or in your continuous integration application which will execute your JBehave tests. The JBehave runner will download the stories you have written in Jira, execute them and will then upload the generated story reports back to Jira.
Note that there are some prior configuration changes that need to be made in order for this to work (see installation page for more information).
3. Review story reports on the view issue page
Uploaded story reports will be available for viewing on the view issue page under a panel titled "JBehave Story Reports". If you are running your test suit against multiple environments then several story reports will be shown organized into tabs where each tab label corresponds to the name of the environment on which the story report was generated