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Zephyr (API) test doesn't update executed On date from previous run if the status hasn't changed

There is a limitation with the Jira API we are using that doesn’t allow us to update the Executed On date. Through API's we are updating the Zephyr test cases but if the Test status doesn't change from the previous run the execution On date doesn't reflect the latest run(It will still show the previous execution on date).  It would be ideal if the date field did represent that last run date but for our workaround for the API limitation, we would need to flip the status to UNEXECUTED and then back to PASS in order for the API to change the Executed OnScreen Shot 2021-06-02 at 5.07.06 PM.png field. 

Suppose In the attachment, Current status is "PASS" and the Executed "25/May/21"

If I run the test again and the status remains "PASS" then Executed should change to the current date 

Acceptance Criteria

When I run test and update Zephyr test status (API)

And Status still remains the same 

Then Execution Date should reflect the current date

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