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How to map robot results to manual tests in XRay ?

Hi Team,

I have manual tests created in XRay. Using the RESTAPI calls I can fetch the steps from XRay "Manual Test", write a script and execute the robot file. However, when I import back the result of robot i.e., .xml file to a test execution, a new test ticket of type "Generic" is created

The question is - Is there a way to avoid creation of test tickets, and map the robot results to the Manual test tickets ?




1 answer

Hi @Sneha Raghunandanan 

When you import a robot report it will automatically create a generic Test case, this is the standard behavior of Xray.

If you want to use manual Test case as your source then you need to create a report in Xray Json format:

Import Execution Results REST - Xray JSON results

Xray JSON format 

So it is necessary to make a choice:

  • Robot XML report & Generic Test case
  • or, Xray Json report & Manual Test case

If you need further help, please contact the Xray Support ( so that we can request additional information and investigate further.

Kind regards,
Rogério Paiva [Xray Support Team] 

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