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Is there a possibility to see on a property of the test case a query in which test set views this test case has been executed?

 

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How have you implemented "test cases"?

Some test case are imported and some are manually added.

Importing or manually adding them is fine, but how are they implemented? Issues, sub-tasks, a testing add-on?

Sorry, not sure if I understand your question, but we have the structures part where we created a project and then under this project, an issues has been created with issue type = Test Case

We need to know how you have implemented these "test cases".  There are add-ons that provide test case management, there are add-ons that would enable you to do things to JIRA issues that make them work differently to standard issues.  You can make JIRA issues follow a particular setup that works for tests in the way your organisation does them.  But you need to explain how they are being done at your place.

If your "test cases" really are as simple as "a JIRA issue type", that's a perfectly valid approach.  If that is the case though, you need to explain your question in those terms.  What's a "property"?  What does "query in which test set views this test case has been executed" mean? And so-on

Hi, let me try to re-phase the question. Is there a possibility to see in which views an issue with JIRA issue type = "Test case" has been executed ? A view is available via the testy plugin.

I'm afraid that does not help.  You have not explained how you have implemented the test cases, what the views are or what the queries are.

Test cases are not imported, just manually created an issue in JIRA with issue type = "Test case". View is also manually created. Question is if you can see on what views the test cases has been run. Sorry, cannot give more info.

Ok, you have test cases as issues, that's fine.

But this does not explain what you are doing: "View is also manually created. Question is if you can see on what views the test cases has been run. "

What is a view?  How are you tying a test case to a view?  How are you recording how test cases have been run?

Via the structures plugin, we see all our test cases in a view and this view can be saved. The test results are added via the option 'Create new test run' via the Testy plugin.

 

Ok, I'm not familiar enough with those to know what the "view" is, or what the test runs actually do in Testy.

I'd suggest asking these questions again, but with the Structures and Testy tags on them, so they get a good audience.

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