we would like to be able to import multiple results to one Test Execution for Cucumber.
https://jira.xpand-it.com/browse/XRAYJENKINS-5 was added to Jenkins R1.3.0 but does not support cucumber. Are there any plans to extend this feature to Cucumber ?
We support this feature but under a different name (and only for Xray Server/DC). In Jenkins, if you are to import several Cucumber result files by using the "Compressed .zip file" option.
If that doesn't fit your needs, you can use the Xray Cloud/Server Rest API by using a bash script step in your Jenkins project.
In my project there is 2 feature files and its generating a single cucmber.json file with two arrays for each feature file.I splitted this cucmber json to 2 seperate json file json1&json2 for each feature file.i zipped this file to a single folder.
My intention is to import these two results in separate execution keys through a single curl command.initially i posted the cucumber.json with below curl command and then whole results are posting in one execution key(test execution key)
Then i tried with zip file of above Json1&json2 with below bundle command.Its not throwing any messages in curl terminal and no updates in execution key
can some one advice me on this?
Since the two reports are found inside the same file, and there is not tag referring Test Executions keys, they will be imported in a single Test Execution.
The only alternative is to have in each report a tag referencing a different Test Execution key, that already exists in Jira. In this case, Xray will map the report to the respective Test Execution key.
If you need additional help, please contact the Xray Support (http://xraysupport.xpand-it.com ) so that we can request additional information and help further.
Rogério Paiva [Xray Support Team]
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