how to add test cases to test cycles of different projects

Hi All,

 We are using Zephyyr for JIRA clound plugin for test repositoryy. We have library project where we maintain all our test repository. And we have created different projects for different implementations. But want to reuse the test cases for test case execution from the repository project (Library Project). How can we add these test cases. Please help on this

 

Regards

Peter

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Hi Peter,

the best way to re-use test cases across different projects is to clone them form the repository project and move them to destination project and add to test cycles.

Thank you Swetha for the answer. 

But there is no support for bulk cloning of test cases. Its tedious job to clone one by one and move the cloned test case to other project.Is there a way to clone bulk test cases?

It would be good to have a support to reference the test cases from one common project to other projects for test cycle. Is there any plan to support this feature?

 

Regards

Peter

Thank you Swetha for the answer. 

But there is no support for bulk cloning of test cases. Its tedious job to clone one by one and move the cloned test case to other project.Is there a way to clone bulk test cases?

It would be good to have a support to reference the test cases from one common project to other projects for test cycle. Is there any plan to support this feature?

 

Regards

Peter

 

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I agree it would be very useful to be able to use test cases across projects. My company has many back end components that are used in a variety of our products. These components needs to be tested independently of the front end products. Not being able to use cases across different projects is a problem for us right now.

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