@Thiago Ribeiro [Adaptavist] I'm using Jira v8.2.4, and not finding how to delete a test execution instance. I watched the video, and I do not see a trash can icon by the executions as shown in the video. Has this been implemented?! Seems like a pretty critical feature, so as not to skew results.
Please give us an update!
@Anup Surendran , no this feature is not yet available for Cloud and the best way to not an accidentally created execution is to use the API and modify the execution (this only works for users that run multiple executions), if it was a silly mistake I am afraid it cannot be undone.
If you create a cycle this overwrites the last execution field which is painful. If you delete that cycle(even if nothing was executed) the history from the context of each individual test case execution, is deleted. However there seems to be a bug in TM4J in that the Test cases UI ->last execution remains unexecuted when it should have been the last execution(in this case pass/fail which matches what is actually showing in the test case-XXX executions!).
Here's the link for the server ideas https://tm4j-server-dc.ideas.aha.io/, specifically https://tm4j-server-dc.ideas.aha.io/ideas/TM4JS-I-286. I'd recommend upvoting it.
We really need to be able to delete the latest test execution. If someone accidentally starts a new execution then we can't transition our tickets since the workflow checks that the latest test execution result is a pass. If there is more than 1 test execution then you should be able to delete any of the executions.