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ZEPHYR Uploading pytest-bdd results json file doesn't work as expected

I have my iOS automation project built with pytest-bdd framework and appium. 

1. I have created BDD scenario's on zephyr

2. Added them to a cycle

3. Downloaded the feature files 

4. I ran the tests and results are generated in a .json format and here how it looks

{"report": {"environment": {"Python": "3.8.2", "Platform": "macOS-10.16-x86_64-i386-64bit"}, "tests": [{"name": "step_definitions/test_bdd_qa708.py::test_QA2_swipe_to_learn_more", "duration": 31.213330507278442, "run_index": 0, "setup": {"name": "setup", "duration": 0.026217222213745117, "outcome": "passed"}, "call": {"name": "call", "duration": 31.16065001487732, "outcome": "passed"}, "teardown": {"name": "teardown", "duration": 0.0002460479736328125, "outcome": "passed"}, "outcome": "passed"}, {"name": "step_definitions/test_bdd_qa708.py::test_QA2_for_clinicians_tab", "duration": 6.683340549468994, "run_index": 1, "setup": {"name": "setup", "duration": 0.000518798828125, "outcome": "passed"}, "call": {"name": "call", "duration": 6.681926965713501, "outcome": "passed"}, "teardown": {"name": "teardown", "duration": 0.00037598609924316406, "outcome": "passed"}, "outcome": "passed"}], "summary": {"passed": 2, "num_tests": 2, "duration": 38.01048016548157}, "created_at": "2021-05-05 08:40:11.329782"}} 

5. When I tap on more optiond for the cycle and tap on upload cucumber results 

I see a message of success but the test cases are still unexecuted 

Could you please let me know where I am going wrong and if any modifications needed?

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