When adding an attachment to a test execution I can add comments. Where can these comments for the attachments be viewed?
We are on version 220.127.116.119 for Zephyr and 6.1.4 for JIRA.
Thank you in advance!!
Currently, in order to see the comment of an entire test execution, not just the step, you will need to export from the Test Cycle itself. To do this, click the gear to the right of the cycle containing the execution you want to export. Once you do, click "Export Tests".
The reason for this is because when you create a test case and you add it to a test cycle for execution, this is just one execution instance of the test case. You can add the same test case to many different test cycles which is how you are able to execute the same test case accross multiple builds/environments.
I did speak with our team and they said they will take a look into allowing the comment of the test execution to also be exported from the Search Test Executions screen.
As for attachments, attachments can only be viewed from the execution screen. They can not be exported or viewed in any other location.
Hi Emily - is there ANY way to get an export or report which includes attachments? Any sort of REST call or anything of the sort? Also, are there any plans on the horizon to include attachments in the current reporting schema? This is important to us as we use ZfJ for validation testing which requires us to have a e-signed .pdf copy of all test executions for posterity (CYA) should we be audited. Thanks!
To view the Comments of a test step, you will need to view the comments in the Execution screen directly. By clicking the E next to the test case, you will end up in the Executions screen and will be able to see the test step comments.
You can also view the comments of a test step when you export out the executon status of the test from the Search Test Executions navigator. For example, do a ZQL to search for the test execution you want to export. Export it out to an Excel file. In the excel file, you will see any comments about the test step next to the test step and its execution status.
The same rules apply when retrieving a comment on a Test Case execution, not just a test step.
Thank you for your quick response.
You are correct, when I export the tests from the Search Test Executions navigator I can see the comments that were entered for each test step.
I do not see the comments that were added:
Are these visible anywhere or will it be added in a future release?
I don't think this answers the question that Brad was originally asking - you can add an attachment with a comment to a test execution at the test or step level. However, there doesn't seem to be a way to view the comment for the attachment anywhere. This would be really useful, or at least the commment field should be removed if the informsation can't be viewed anywhere!
This is correct. We have the ability to add an attachment at three levels. The Test Case level, the execution level and the test step level. The only way to see execution attachments is to open the execution itself to view it.
Currently the best way to easily access an attachment at the execution level is to go to the test case itself. Once in the test case below test details is a section called Test Executions. This will list all of the cycles that your test case belongs too, what its execution status is and so on. From here you can actually click E (execute) to see any comments or attachments about the execution status of the test in the cycle it is in.
Hi Emily - Nope - not quite on the same page here!
Yes I can see the attachments, but I can't see the comments with the attachments. I can see comments for the test, and for the execution, but I can't see the comments that are related to the attachments. THe only visible data is the an attachment logo corresponding to the file type, the attachment d/l link, file size, and time.
No field for the attachment comments that were entered while uploading the attachment. We're using Zephyr 2.1 and Jira 6.1.4.
(Could I send you a screenshot directly so that no confidential info is broadcast!?)
This is an old post, but for those who come here looking for answers, like I did, here's how to view details of test executions without exporting anything:
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