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How to retain the folder structure of test cases while creating the test run? Edited

I have created a set of test cases with folder structure (ABC->DEF, ABC is parent folder and DEF is child) and want to retain the same structure while adding the test cases to Test Run/Cycle in "Test Management for Jira".

Please suggest whether it can structured at Test Run/Cycle.

Thanks,

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At the moment the Cycle Folder structure is not inherited as a Test Execution order, although in the Test Player if you change the grouping to Folder then it shows the order of the folders.

We plan to introduce in 2019 this ordering system where the Cycle will inherit the Test Case Folder order as an execution ordering.

Stay tuned! 

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