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Jira Xray - Search for Test Executions without to Tests


Hi We are using Jira Xray for test management. I am creating Test Executions without Tests (as they are not ready yet). I am doing this because management want to know how many scenarios we are planning to execute for SIT. Since Tests are not ready I am creating Test Executions to bring a dashboard to show the scope.

As soon as I get tests, I will map to test executions. I will got get all tests on time; based on functionality will receive tests. 

FYI, I have created 1900+ Test executions. So I want to find out, test executions without tests mapped. 


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Sergio Freire - Xblend
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Sep 01, 2021

Hi @pvlakshmikanth ,

currently it's not possible to search by that criteria.

A possible workaround would be to export the Test Executions Report to CSV  (as it contains the number of tests per test execution) and then filter them in Excel or similar tool.



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