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List of not Closed Jira test cases, that have Passed zephyr test executions

How do I get that list using JQL and/or ZQL?

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Hi @Alejandro Greppi  

You can use the following query : 


project="Your Project" AND type = "Test Case" AND Status !=Closed executionStatus = PASS

How exactly the query would be? executionStatus is not part of the JQL language.

Can you try it inside zephyr search page 

zephyr search page 

I was informed that that cannot be done from Zephyr side.


type or issuetype is not part of the ZQL language, neither is status

Please try then the following query inside your JQL advanced search

project="Your Project" AND type = "Test Case" AND Status !=Closed AND issue in hasAnyLastTestResults("Pass")



I checked that, and I get this error message:

Unable to find JQL function 'hasAnyLastTestResults(Pass)'.


I checked the documentation, and it says that I can do that if I have Zephyr Scale installed. How can I know if I have this installed?

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