I would like to create an xray requirement coverage project that is made up of user stories and bugs being developed and fixed over x amount of sprints with a final phase of regression testing. We are planning to use xray as the test management tool. I have seen there are various ways to organise test cases however I have not been able to pin down any guidance on how to use organise a testing process for user stories and bugs.
Any reading I have done for test plans implies that test plans should be used as an overall plan to provide a status of all test cases that test all user stories for a release.
1. How can I represent the testing tasks (i.e. what testing is being done/has been done) that sit under each user story / bug in a release? What issues can I use?
2. Should a test plan be used to cover all test cases for a release or can it be used per user story in a release?
3. Based on the answer of 2), how should test executions be used. To track the progress of a user story can a user story have more than one test execution associated with it? e.g. test execution is run, one test in it failed so another test execution is needed.
Is it ok to place these directly under the user story to know how long a tester took to execute a set of tests and how many were executions were needed?
Any guidance on the above would be much appreciated as I can see xray is a great tool with lots of potential.
Thank you kindly
Hi, @h kay
First, we would like to state that although we do have some recommended ways of structuring Xray projects, the way every client sets up his projects is completely up to each own, as we do not know how your company's preferred work method is. That being said:
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