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How to separate execution set that was already done to a couple of different exec. sets

Hi,

I have execution set that was already executed and have full data into it (evidences, comments, defects and etc.) 
I need to separate it to 2 different exec. sets and do not want to loose any data or evidence

How can I do it? And if it is possible generally?
XRay

Thank you

1 answer

Hi @dinar 

Generally speaking, no, you cannot separate a Test Execution into two, without losing the Execution Details.
However, it is possible to use either REST API or the Document Generator to extract the original Test Execution's Execution Data, and treat that to possible reimport it into your instance using REST API.

 

Best Regards, 

Sérgio Freire, Solution Architect and Testing Advocate @Xray

Personal blog on testing, Agile and software development: https://sergiofreire.com

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