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Xray Error when associate Test with Execution

Hi,

 

when I try to add an Execution to a Test i get the following Errormassage:

 

The following errors occurred while associating Test Executions with Test TESTMAN-26
User XXX does not have permission to execute test execution with key TESTMAN-32

The Execution is still linked with the test

2 answers

Hi @Patrick Alexander@Jason D Smith, and @Krishnanand Nayak 

The user must have Resolve Issues permission, otherwise he will not be able to execute.
Please check in your Project Settings \ Permissions. Users must have the Resolve Issues permission, those who don't have it will not be able to execute Tests.

Thank you.

Kind regards,
Rogério Paiva [Xray Support Team]

we dont have these issues any more. faced this during initial evaluation.

I was very surprised to find that Resolve was relevant there. Thanks for the response.

Hi,

Can you please open a ticket in Xray's support page?

 

Thanks,

João

we are facing a similar issue. We see this error with generic automation test.

It would have been nice to see which permissions are required for a user to do this.

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