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How to sort or order a JSON response received from XRAY REST API

I am using below end point for getting the test runs of test case in Xray , however the JSON response I get multiple test runs the test cases is linked to.

Is there a way to add a sort/order parameter to an API url query string so that latest test run should come at the top of list.

GET /rest/raven/2.0/api/test/{testKey}/testruns

Sample response :

        "id": 7,
        "status": "PASS",
        "testKey": "test-2345",
        "testExecKey": "test-1234",
        "avatar": ""
        "id": 2,
        "status": "TODO",
        "testKey": "test-2345",
        "testExecKey": "test-8956",
        "avatar": ""


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Hi @Tushar Daharwal 

Xray has no such feature and all endpoint options available are detailed on our REST API documentation, so when available it will be listed there.
Any other response has to be handled on the user's side, you have to adjust and create such ordering.

For more information on our REST, please review the link REST API.

Best Regards, 


Sérgio Freire,

Solution Architect and Testing Advocate @Xray

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Thanks @Sergio Freire . Also could you please help me with below query ?

 I have been trying to send the evidence of test runs to Xray using below PUT method, but unable to attach files to test execution

PUT:  https://jira.****.net/rest/raven/2.0/api/testrun/****

Note: Test Run Status is getting updated but the file is not getting attached. Can "filename" accept file path ?

JSON Body:



"comment":"{TD Test Comment}",    





"data""(base64 encoding...)"        }
        ]    }


@Tushar Daharwal , filename should be just the file's name, without path whatsoever.



Thanks @Sergio Freire

Is there a way to pass the file path as I need to pull the file from specific folder in project. Tried storing the path with filename into variable and passing the variable as a string in "filename" but its not helping.

Perhaps as a comment or as a Test Run custom field...?

Please have a look at: 

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