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Updating / Replacing Test Steps with Zephyr Importer

Does anyone know if there is a way of updating the contents of existing Zephyr steps using the Zephyr Importer.  Or whether this is planned for future development?

I would like to be able to change the contents of test steps in bulk as we have a project where 'dummy' tests have been created which now need further steps added.

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Bibek Behera Community Leader Apr 07, 2021

@Su Wainwright ,

Best approach would be to have the test cases exported from the search test execution page. Remove the test step, data and expected result. Include the new test step, data and expected result in the respective rows, representing the issue key.

 

Next would be to run the importer and map the issue key section and to the importer and change the discriminator to ID change. Being able to set the Issue Key is particularly useful because it allows the importer to append additional steps to tests that already exist in the system.

It will add the new step details to the existing test cases in Jira.

 

-Bibek

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