For the release of my product, I have a "test execution" which contains 180 test that I have assigned to 6 testers. I want to know the number of test asssigned to each tester. I tried with this jql search but it doesn't work :
issuetype = Test and issue in testExecutionTests("testexecutionkey","", "username")
Is it a bug or I misuse the jql search?
Thanks for your answer
But it does not seem to work.
For exemple I have put the jql search :
Issuetype = Test AND issue in testExecutionTests("CP-1959","", "yfaubert","false", "")
It returns anaything while I have some assigned to the user : yfaubert (attached in the file)
The issues itself are all assigned to user 'yfaulbert'?
We use another Process:
1 TestPlan with all Test, 3 Testexecutions (one per user) with all/partially testcases.
So we report Plan based.
In fact in our Testexecs is just one assignee to all testrun testcases.
Is just simulated:
1 Exec, 4 Testcases. All Testcases are "mine" on Issuetype=Test. Inside the testexec 3 testexecutions are assigned to me, 1 to a colleague.
Issuetype = Test AND issue in testExecutionTests("PBT-19334","", "u48*wc","false", "")
Count 3 OK
Issuetype = Test AND issue in testExecutionTests("PBT-19334","", "u480*kg","false", "")
Count 1 OK
Thanks you for your answer
1) But in my case, we have only one testexecution and in this testexecution we have several testcases which are assigned to different tester. In this case, how can we know the number of test assigned to each tester?
2) In your exemple above, what means "u480*kg" ?
Please take note of one detail, don't know if it is the case, but this can generate some confusion.
In the JQL function, it filters by the Test Run Assignee, which is the user that actually run the Test and can be different from the Test Assignee and the Test Execution Assignee.
So, if you are aware of this and still the result is not right, it is best to please contact the Xray Support (http://xraysupport.xpand-it.com ) so that we can request additional information and help further.
Rogério Paiva [Xray Support Team]
in my Opinion this should work.
Issuetype = Test AND issue in testExecutionTests("JIRA-19334","", "u430112","false", "")
p3=Username (is there a way to define a couple of users?!)
p4=Defect or Not
p5=Creator/Assignee of the Issue in the Test Project, not the executioner (?) (does not work in combination: Creator, Testcase is mine, but another tester (p3) is the executioner.
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