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How to fetch second set of 100 test cases associated to test plan

494vish I'm New Here Feb 03, 2021

Hi All,

I'm new to Jira XRAY, kindly help me with my question.

I have a test plan with 300 test cases.
I'm able to use the graphQl mutation to fetch the first 100 test cases associated to a test plan, but how to get next 100 test associated to the test plan

1 answer

Hi @494vish 


In these cases, you need to add the argument "start" and execute the request for the next 100 results starting after the previous results.


getTests (jql: "project = 'AAA' ", limit: 100, start: 101)

With the above, you should be able to return the next 100 results, starting at issue 101 and so on.

For more information on the graphQL, please refer to the documentation

Kind regards,
Rogério Paiva [Xray Support Team]

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