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Has anyone made an Excel template for exporting Xray test step results from a Test Execution?

I'm by far not the best at understanding how to create good Xporter exportable documents yet from JIRA, so looking to the community now. Xpand-IT has a few downloadable templates for exporting Xray Test data here, however, the one I really would need is to have an Excel worksheet that lists a Test Execution's test run test step per row along with that test run test step's status, 1-n defects, 1-n "evidences", comments, etc in the columns of that row. They provide a Word template that can print these out, but Word allows nested loops to a certain degree which I can't figure out if I can do for Excel (namely, while I can currently print out all test steps from a test execution, I can't get it to then loop through all defects, evidences, and statuses and put those references into their own single cell in that row).

 

Attached is my attempt thus far:

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Hi Geoff,

That feature isn't currently supported by Xporter 4.x. However, we do plan to support it in the upcoming 5.0 version, that we plan to release in February 2017.

As you have noticed, in Excel you have to put each statement in a different row, and this is the reason why it currently does not allow to map a set of results only to a cell.

Regards,

Sergio

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You can export all the information with the Xray integration of the Better Excel Exporter app!

See more details.

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