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How to specify the currentUser in XRay JQL function testExecWithTestRunsAssignedToUser?

In Xray JQL function testExecWithTestRunsAssignedToUser is defined. The function should:

" 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.

If you use status parameter then user is required "

 

The question is how do you specify the currentUser() for parameter P1?

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Sergio Freire - Xblend
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Sep 02, 2021 • edited

Hi @Laurentiu Hurubaru 

As per Xray documentation, just don't specify P1 and it will use the current user.

 

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.

 

Note that if you specify a status (P2), then you need to explicitly identify the user, for the time being.

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Sergio

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