We use XRay as our Test management plugin and it's integrated with our automation framework, which automatically updates all test results from the framework into a new XRay Test execution or an existing test case execution.
For this purpose we use a generic Jira account, which doesn't expire and has a set of very specific entitlements.
For reporting reasons and to get a better understanding of the adoption of the framework I would like to start reporting on the amount of tests executed by this generic user account - which should give us quite a good understanding whether test cases are actually adopted or still ran manually despite these being automated already.
Is there a possibility to search for Test cases, through JQL, with a parameter "Executed by". I assume this is linked to the TestRunStatus and as such I'm OK with multiple solutions as they give me some insights already.
- Amount of Test runs, linked to this generic test account
- #tests with latest test run executed by this account
Or any proposal how to measure this would be appreciated a lot.
We would like to share with you our document: https://docs.getxray.app/display/XRAY/Enhanced+querying+with+JQL
In this document, you'll found below topics:
testExecutionTests - Returns a List of Test issues associated with the input Test Execution issues from P1 optionally filtered by the current test run status for each Test issue.
testExecWithTestRunsAssignedToUser - Returns a list of test executions where a user has at least one test run assigned to him. You can optionally specify a user with P1, or if the user is omitted the current user will be used. Note that if you are not logged in to JIRA, a user must be specified.
Hope this helps!
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