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XRay - Maintaining multiple version of a test case

What is the best way (or if there exist a particular way) to have multiple version of the same test case without the need to clone.


TC-123 has steps and test data and is linked to Fix/Version 1.0

We update TC-123 with different data (in the data column) but linked to Fix/Version 1.1

I have two environments A (1.1) and B (1.0) 

I wanna be able to execute TC-123 (version 1.0)  in A and TC-123 (version 1.1) in B at the same time .

=> Is it possible and how can we achieve something like that?

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Sergio Freire - Xblend
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Sep 03, 2021

Hi @Elie El-Tawil ,

Xray doesn't support test versioning in strict sense; it follows a more Jira kinda of approach. This is detailed in further detail here.

My recommendation would be to have two different Tests, linked to different user stories, where each one is assigned to its own version (1.0 or 1.1). 

I think this approach is cleaner and more close to how people manage changes on projects in Jira.



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