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XRAY Cloud - How to get defects/bugs from test plan



I'm trying to use the gadjet from JIRA "Created vs. Resolved Chart" so I have a clear view of the turnaround time of the resolution of the bugs. Although I am not able to return the defects/bugs based upon a JQL to support this chart.


My query would be something like: project = ABC AND issuetype = Bug and issue in testPlan(ABC)


But for this I'm receiving the error: Unable to find JQL function 'testPlan(ABC)'.


Is there anything needs to be activated/configured on JIRA to support this function or it's not possible on cloud version?


I know there's the "Test Plan Metrics" that returns some of the info but I would like to have a single dashboard showing all the information.


Thank you for the support


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Fabian Lim
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Aug 27, 2022

Hi @diogo_rito-CTR

Welcome to the community!

One way we solved your issue was with eazybi reporting which is a plugin.  You can easily create reports where it shows test plans and the related bugs.


Give it a try and feel free to contact them as they provide excellent support.

Hi @Fabian Lim 


Thank you for reaching out. I was looking into eazyBi documentation and pricing. 

seems it would require extra licenses right? 
Plus , seems the reports generated are within a new tab for this plugin and I was looking for most standard as possible and without extra cost. 

Using xRay functions on cloud is a limitation? I am referring to the errors I’ve got on the JQL

Thank you once again


kind regards


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