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Is there a way to make cloning of test suite (set of test cases) in Zephyr?

I would like to support multiple versions of certain test cases. Therefore I need to clone those multiple test cases by one set, for example based on filter. Like in other test management tools we can create a branch from certain test suit and make an updating of this branch for new test cases version.

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Bulk cloning of testcases isn't yet supported, unfortuantly. You can clone individual issues one at a time. Various bulk clone plugins do exist on the market, but they don't access our test steps and so bulk clone operations leave test steps behind.

If you are dealing with a lot of testcases, it may be most effecient to have them in Excel and import them multiple times. This however is a workaround. Details about our importer are located here:

Kind Regards,


Could you please explain some more so that I can proceed.
After importing using java code I can read the data after that how can I post again it in Jira because from JIRA API's are not taking the custom fields, shall I need to create a standard JSON for it if it is the choice how can I add the issue links for each test case created in JIRA.

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