Let's see if I can explain this clearly...
I'll start with the backstory, I am using the 3rd-party plugin XRay for our test management in JIRA. XRay has 4 issue types: Test, Test Sets, Preconditions, and Test Executions. We are using Agile boards to plan work using sprints, and the only issue type we have going into these sprints is Test Execution; the other 3 are reference types and are not task-oriented and therefore left out of the sprints. Tests are then linked to Test Executions using the custom linking within the XRay plugin so that an execution status can be assigned to it.
So having said all of that, here's what I need returned via a JQL filter. I need a way to lookup the field TestRunStatus on Test issue types for those that were altered by Test Executions within the current sprint.
Thank you for your help
Basically, you need to display the TestRunStatus of corresponding Test issue in the Test Executions itself. Is my understanding correct? If not, can you please explain with an example? I can understand the setup but little bit confused on the requirement
It looks like pretty easy to do with SQL for JIRA Driver:
Please open the SQL console:
JIRA > Issues menu > Search for issues (opens Issue Navigator) > Export menu > Convert to SQL (opens the SQL console)
it allows you to perform SQL queries and explore results as well as the database model (tables, columns, indexes) in a visual way.
Finally, use the SQL for JIRA built-in sql JQL function to convert back the SQL for JIRA query above into a new JQL:
issue in sql("<your JQL for JIRA query">)
and save it as filter. Then you might want to use it as Agile quick filter to filter your backlog or whatever any other use case.
hope this helps.
if you want to filter for the issue TYPEID (2) then a join is missed: ISSUES table between BOARDSPRINTISSUES and ISSUELINKS.
However, if the XRay's custom link type is used only to link Tests and TestExecutions then you could ignore the join above because filtering by link type would also filter by issue type. Otherwise you would need the extra join.
I think I have figured this one out.
After looking over the JQL page of the XRay wiki (http://confluence.xpand-addons.com/display/XRAY/JQL+Queries), I found the 'testExecutionTests' command which returns tests linked to a specific Test Execution ticket or a filter. I already have a filter that brings back executions that were assigned to the current sprint, so I used that as the filter and I think it will work:
project = PROJECT AND issuetype = Test AND issue in testExecutionTests("Test Executions In Current Sprint Filter")
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