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Zephyr Execution History Details

Hi All,

I am trying to fetch the execution history for a test case in a given cycle using eazyBi reports.

Ex:- In a cycle if  test case "A" is first failed  and in next run it is passed then total execution count expected is 2 .

Requesting your advice how we can achieved the total execution for  test case in a cycle .

 

Thanks

1 answer

Hi!


eazyBI is importing Zephyr Tests executed measure. Together with Zephyr Test Status
dimension, you would see how many executions have been in each status. See more about Zephyr measures and dimensions in eazyBI: https://docs.eazybi.com/eazybijira/data-import/data-from-jira-and-apps/zephyr-for-jira-test-management.


Lauma / support@eazybi.com

Hi Lauma,

Thanks for your suggestions, but it does not provide the execution history details.

we are looking for the calculating number of times the test case was executed in the same cycle/folder .

 

Thanks,

Omkar.

Hi @omkar sawant !

I am sorry for the misunderstanding. Zephyr specific measures represent the latest execution status for each test in a cycle. The executions status change history within a test cycle is not imported in eazyBI.

Thank you for the idea! Importing this data would definitely be a helpful improvement. I added it to our backlog for further consideration. 

Lauma / support@eazybi.com

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