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Zephyr Execution's count at Folder level in eazybi


Hi Team ,

We need to fetch the Test cases execution status count at Zephyr Folder level using Eazybi.

Ex:- we have hierarchy

Cycle Name (X)

          Folder Name (Auto) ---> There will 100 Test cases Pulled for execution .

          Folder Name (Manual)---> There are 50 Test cases Pulled for execution .


Expected Output :-

  PassFail Unexecuted
Cycle Name    
Folder Name -->Auto502525
Folder Name -->Manual301010




1 answer

Hi @omkar sawant,


Currently, in eazyBI, you can organize Test Cycles by Projects and Versions but do not divide them further by Folders as this information is not retrieved from Zephyr.

We have a feature request on our backlog for supporting the Zephyr folder structure. And I will update this post when this functionality is available.



Zane /

Jonathan Santos Community Leader Jun 17, 2021

Hi @Zane eazyBI Support 

I'm interested in this!


Hi  @Zane eazyBI Support 

I am interested in this feature as my team is using folders to track execution at ALPHA, SIT, and UAT for a release.

 Release -> Cycle -> [ALPHA, SIT & UAT]

Is there any alternate way to get the folder info into EazyBI in the meantime the feature is implemented by eazyBI.

Thank you,



Hi , is there any news or update on having a report at different folder levels, I work for in UAT at a global level , and need to see each top line folder hierarchy for each country? 
Fingers crossed, we can
Kind regards 


There is no progress with this feature currently, so thank you @jimmy_gillies for letting us know, I will upvote the feature request in our backlog.



Janis eazyBI support

Thanks , I managed to create a Marco and pivot table , and ended up having to rename all my test cycles, but would be a great move if you could have this, because we have many different global platforms in the company who will encounter the same issue I did .., much appreciated Janis  

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