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How to export XRay test case?

Hi all,

I have installed Xporter for JIRA as well as Xray.

However, I am stuck in using Xporter to export test steps and status of each test case. There is no Xporter buttons to support it. See the attachment.

So, please guide me the detailed instruction for this issue. 



3 answers

You can export executions (with the columns you select), the test runs included in those (with the columns you select) and even the test steps and their results to a comprehensive spreadsheet using the Xray integration of the Better Excel Exporter app:


Or, if your preferred file format is PDF, you can use the Xray integration of the Better PDF Exporter app:


(Disclaimer: both of the above apps are paid, supported apps developed by our team.)

Hi, I need to export all test cases in Xray, make some changes, update priority and then import them for a new project. Is there an easy way to do this? I'm on JIRA Xray cloud. 

Did anyone's solution above work? 



Hi @Kirsten Dalton 


This article from Xray Knowledge Base should be helpful.

If you need further help, please contact the Xray Support ( so that we can request additional information and investigate further.

Kind regards,
Rogério Paiva [Xray Support Team]

Like Robert Wallace likes this

X-ray cloud does not support exports :(

There is not even an API way to do this. Seems like an oversight.

@Andrei Loutchouk : Xporter supports export, doesn't it? Here you can see the button "Export" in my attached picture but it disappears when I see the detailed test steps and results.

I recommend examining TFM:

and contacting their team:


I've been struggling with the same issue, and for now have a manual workaround. Additionally, there is a plugin XPORTERCLOUD that will export issue filters, but it is also limited in the Cloud version of Jira.

@Andrei Loutchouk  what is your manual workaround?

Using their API to export, then reformatting in a typesetter. I found several examples, and the documentation is pretty good.

Like Erika Chestnut likes this

We have done that as well i.e. use the rest API to export from XRAY tests into Confluence.
But using Xported would avoid internal development costs.

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