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HOw to display Test Type column in Jira issue querry

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Dear all,

I simply try to follow instruction in the docuement below.

https://docs.getxray.app/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=46865863

But at some point they run a querry to display Test type and Test Steps to be exported.

When I try to build the same querry in my Jira cloud, I do not have access to fields :

  • Manual Test Steps
  • Test type

Any idea how to display this column ?

regards

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Hi @serge calderara ,

Xray for Jira server/datacenter and Xray Cloud (i.e., for Jira Cloud) are similar but different products, with slightly different capabilities also because of the underlying infrastructure.

The link you provided is for Xray server/datacenter.

Are you trying to import tests or just to show tests with that info using a JQL query? 

If yoy're trying to import tests, the correct link for Xray Cloud is this one.

If you're aiming to make a list of tests and show their type and the manual test steps, you cannot use those columns/custom fields, as they don't exist on Xray Cloud.

You have to use, for example, the built-in document generator.\

 

Note: there is some very basic support for JQL queries on Xray Cloud, including for querying based on the test type. More info here

Example:

project = DEMO and issuetype = Test and testType = Manual

Regards

Sergio

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