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How to detect Changes or update from Zephyr Test execution

Like in Jira where we get the details of the changes to an issue. Is there a way to detect or get the Changes from the  Zephyr Test executions

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Bibek Behera Community Leader Jan 07, 2021

@Esther Evangeline_ V 

 

You can view the execution history on the right of the view execution page.

https://zephyrdocs.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/ZFJCLOUD/pages/21757977/Executing+in+Test+Cycles

-Bibek

Hi,

Can you provide me an API to fetch the execution history from the zephyr in Jira cloud. Like we have an API for getting the Changelogs in JIRA  issue. I need an API to fetch the latest or any change from a test execution or Testcase in Zephyr.

Thanks.

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