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Getting test execution status to show when creating search filters in JIRA

If I create a search to return all issues type = test how can I display the execution status ?

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Hi Susan,

Zephyr for JIRA 1.7.3 currenlty doesn't support such a query. However we are working on implimenting a solution for this and will be adding it to one of our coming releases.

Kind Regards,

Chris

Hello,

Has there been an update to this feature? Has the ability to display the test execution status been added to the most recent versions of Jira?

Thanks,

T.

Is there any update on this request.  These are pretty basic request for any Good TMS to have with Jira

Hello!

The possibility to search tests across tests executions and vice versa is very important and I would even say one of basic features for the test management tool.

Now searching Tests I see some test execution related columns such as Testing Status, Environment, Test Sessions, Time Spent. But they do not work. 

We are really waiting for this important feature!

 

Regards,

Irina

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