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bulk export of all tests in csv created by XRay


We're trying XRay to manage Test Cases in JIRA. We need export all the test with steps for client to review in excel or csv format. I tried Xporter but don't see the neat way. 


Thank you

4 answers

Hi Lan Chen,

You can get that data using Xporter for JIRA.

Do you need help building your template? What kind of data do you need to get printed?


Rui Rodrigues.

Hi, Rui,

Thanks for the reply.

I tried Xporter but don't find the template for exporting in excel format. Basically I'd like to export the Tests with all the fields' values and steps, not nessary to include assoicated issue types or test execution status.


Hi Lan,

I've created a sample that contains all steps by each Test.

Here is the sample.

You can use this template in single or multiple issue export.

Try it and give me feedback.


Rui Rodrigues.

Hi, Rui,

The sample works perfectly, also it helps me to understand the syntax better. I adjusted to include more info I need in the template. I'm all set and happy using XPorter.

Thank you for the help,


Hi Lan/Rue,


Kindly share me the template to export the test cases from JIRA.


Am struggling to export test cases from xray tool


Thank you in advance


I am able to find scattered information for my use case but nothing is leading to a finite solution.

Use case: I want to let fellow engineers to import or clone my test plan such that

  1. it imports/clones all the details attached to the test plan like summary, description, environment, versions etc.
  2. and most importantly, all the tests attached to it
    • as well as all the test steps attached within each test
    • and other test-related details

Any leads are greatly appreciated. 


1 vote

A potential alternative to Xporter that you already tried is the integration between Xray and Better Excel Exporter. It can export the information you mentioned to XLSX, which you can then convert to CSV using Excel, if necessary.


Hi Rui,

I'm unable to load the 'The sample' You've included. Can You share it again?



Hi @Rafal_Niedzialkowski 

We have released in version 4.1.0 of Xray a new feature called Document Generator, which has several templates that you can use to extract information from Xray.

You may find more details here (

One suitable template for the purpose you need is: Xray Offline Test Report

Kind regards,
Rogério Paiva [Xray Support Team]

Please share the template Rui.

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