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Hello we would like to adopt Xray as a test repository/run solution for our project.
The project is microservices based and each team responsible for a couple of services has its own team with a specific jira project.
With the current setup since each team has its own project we have 4 Xray repos belonging to each of the 4 teams. (teams can swap ownership of services meaning that tests written in one team would be inaccessible to the other if the service changes owner)
We would like to have one central repository for all tests regardless of the team. Would include the tests for all our microservices.
The only possibility that comes into my mind would be to create another project just for this purpose. But then do I still have access to the other projects to link bugs, items etc.?
What would be the best solution?
Hi @ovidiu.ungur ,
As far as I know this is possible with XRAY as requirement coverage/test linking can be done across projects. See a docu article here: