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how to update xray test execution tests status with server API?

I created a test execution,  inside of it i place 3 tests,What I need to is update the test execution to each test and make upload of evidences to each test. 

I'm trying use the documentation of API:  

I'm doing the steps: 

1. GET /testrun to obtain the ID of each test

2. Once I have the ID I will PUT / testrun / {id} to update the status of each test and insert the evidence.

However, the problem is that when I try to do the GET requisition inserting the testExecIssueKey and the testIssueKey an error occurs 'TypeError: Failed to fetch'. 

The base URI:

params: ?testExecIssueKey=E2ETESTING-37&testIssueKey=E2ETESTING-32

 If you can help me with this situation. 

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Hi @mirabr 

It is supposed to work, I have tested it like this (below) and it worked:

curl -H "Content-Type: application/json" -X GET -u <username>:<password> ""

Please follow a similar approach.

Thank you.

Kind regards,
Rogério Paiva [Xray Support Team]

Hi Rogério,


Thanks for the reply, the problem has been resolved.

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