YouTrack sandbox available?

We're thinking of switching from Bugzilla to YouTrack and was wondering if there was some sort of pre-popluated database that we could play with?  I've grabbed the freepack and am running it however it would be nice to play with an environment that has numerous projects/bugs already set up.  Does something like that exist?  Thanks!

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Hello Chris,

Since you migrate  from Bugzilla, I suggest that you import your real projects into YouTrack. This shouldn't take long. Details can be found here: http://confluence.jetbrains.net/display/YTD3/Import+from+Bugzilla . Will this be ok for you?

Please do not hesitate to contact us in case you have any question.

Regards,

  Alexander

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Thanks, Alexander.  I did try doing that but kept running into problems with the conversion.  This is the error I get when running:

File "/home/myuser/Downloads/youtrack_python_client_library/youtrack/connection.py", line 22, in _login

    raise youtrack.YouTrackException('/user/login', response, content)

youtrack.YouTrackException: Error for [/user/login]: 404: Not Found

I'm running YouTrack as a standalone process so I'm not sure if that has anything to do with it.  I did confirm the user/pass is correct both locally for the YouTrack admin and the remote BZ database.

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Actually, got further.  The YouTrack server was running on a non-default port so once I changed that, it looks like it anlyzed the BZ data but eventually errored out with the following:

Importing issues to project [ 11 ]

Traceback (most recent call last):

  File "bugzilla2youtrack.py", line 330, in <module>

    main()

  File "bugzilla2youtrack.py", line 27, in main

    bugzilla2youtrack(target_url, target_login, target_pass, bz_db, bz_host, bz_port, bz_login, bz_pass, bz_product_names)

  File "bugzilla2youtrack.py", line 276, in bugzilla2youtrack

    yt_issues.append(to_yt_issue(i))

  File "bugzilla2youtrack.py", line 103, in to_yt_issue

    issue.priority = bugzilla.PRIORITY[bz_issue.priority]

KeyError: u'P2'

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Hello, Chris.

Please, make sure, that all the priorities that you have in bugzilla are listed in defaultBzMapping fiele in PRIORITIES dictionary.

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