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Reporting KPIs in eazyBI - Tests executed results Edited

Which combination of dimensions and measures will allow me to produce a report for the test executed status of a project. Specifically, the executed, not executed, blocked, etc.

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Rows: ATM Test Result Statuses

Columns: Measures: ATM Test Cases Executed

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Hi @Muhammad M. Ali 

You have found the right measure and dimension.

In eazyBI, are several measures that you can use for representing test execution results. "ATM Test Cases executed" shows only test results for completed tests (Pass, Fail, Blocked, etc.),  "ATM Test Cases executing" shows test result for tests which are still in progress, and "ATM Test Cases scheduled" shows how many tests are assigned to test cycles but not yet executed.
For example, you may use those thee measures to represent the completeness of each test cycle for the chosen tests plan:eazyBI TM4J execution results.jpg

More details on the available measure are in the eazyBI documentation:
https://docs.eazybi.com/eazybijira/data-import/data-from-jira-and-apps/adaptavist-test-management.

Best,
Zane / support@eazyBI.com

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