My company is currently evaluating Zephyr and we have created a couple of tests. I just executed a test that included 30 test steps. Two of the steps failed and I used the Create issue button create an issue.
The created issues did not end up in the general defects and after executing all the test steps and finishing the test I couldn't get a report on all the steps and statuses. We would really like to export every test run to excel (or anything) but all we can find is the ability to export all tests in the planning section, which is not what we need.
Is there a way to view and export already run tests?
Yes, there is a way to export executed test steps which is done through our Search Test Executions page which was introduced in ZFJ 2.0. I've provided the steps to accomplish this below:
Step 1: Navigate to the Search Test Executions page (Tests drop down > Search Test Executions)
Step 2: Provide a ZQL statement to find the wanted testcases
Step 3: Check the box on the left of your results. This shows the tests you are planning to export.
Step 4: Click on the export button
The documentation below goes over the Search Test Executions page and includes a ZQL reference page.
I finally found that if you press execute on an already executed test you get the data I'm looking for, but the page cannot be properly printed (at least not in FF).
So, to clarify my question: is there a way to export the executed steps. I can't find any export-button. Is there even one?
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