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XRay - Importing TestExecution and associate to TestPlan

Is there a way how to import TestExecution and associate them to a TestPlan in one step?

What i have found ist to do it in two steps:


It works but it is hard to automate.


Thanks and regards,


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Sergio Freire - Xblend
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Sep 02, 2021

Hi @Christian Dinkel ,

the API for Cucumber is still not the same as for other formats, so you have to use the multipart endpoint.

You can do it in a single shot though.

Here's an example using an API call made in Python.

In sum, you need to use the multipart endpoint and  build a JSON for customizing the Test Execution issue. You'll need to know the Test Plan custom field id for making that JSON. The same applies for the Test Environment field for example.


Example of test execution json (i.e. the "info" part of the multipart request).

"fields": {
"project": {
"key": "CALC"
"summary": "Test Execution for Cucumber execution",
"description": "This contains test automation results",
"fixVersions": [ {"name": "v1.0"}],
"customfield_11805": ["chrome"],
"customfield_11807": ["CALC-8895"]




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