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TestNG Result - exclude test cases being cretaed on JIRA with other annotations than @Test

Hi,

Environment: JIRA +Xray

Automation code: Java + TestNG

In the automation code I have a class with multiple methods with different TestNG annotations. i.e. @test, @AfterSuite,@BeforeSuite.

When testng-result is generated its showing result for all methods irrespective of the annotation. And when exported the result using REST API to JIRA,  new test cases are created for each method i.e. for beforeSuite, AfterSuite etc.

Question: Is there a way to control the export to create new Generic test cases on JIRA only with annotation as test in the automation code and exclude creating test cases for other methods.

Below is sample code:

@BeforeSuite <-- want result of this in testng-results.xls, but don't want new test case to be created in JIRA--!>
public void setUp_Xray() throws Exception {

}

@AfterSuite <-- want result of this in testng-results.xls, but don't want new test case to be created in JIRA--!>
public void tearDown_Xray() throws Exception {
}

@test
@Xray(labels = "To be created New :XRay Test1")
public static void SumOfTwoIntegers_Xray()
{

int addition= SimpleCalc.sum(10, 5);
System.out.println("Sum of a and b is : "+ addition);
System.out.println("Test to be crated automatically : ");

}


@test
@Xray(test = "XRAYAJ-3", labels = "Existing XRay Test")
public static void DivisionOfTwoIntegers_XRay()
{

int divide= SimpleCalc.divide(10, 5);
System.out.println("divide of a and b is : "+ divide);

 

1 comment

Hi Akshay,

At the moment this is not supported, but we have the following Story:

https://jira.xpand-addons.com/browse/XRAY-2680

After this is implemented, Tests with the is-config flag set to "true" will be ignored.

 

Best regards,

Xpand Add-ons Team

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