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defectsCreatedDuringTestExecution() function not picking up bugs linked to test execution


Xray - Jira 

I'm attempting to create a filter to retrieve bugs with an open status associated to a set of test executions, however no bugs are retrieved.

JQL: issue in defectsCreatedDuringTestExecution("Test Executions Filter") AND status not in (Closed, Rejected)

Firstly, I've created a filter named 'Test Executions Filter' to retrieve the desired set of test executions (see below).

(The 'Test Plans 1' filter is used to specify which test plans the test executions will be sourced from.)

Test Executions.pngBugs 1.png

Secondly, I've linked the following bugs to the test execution 'First execution' using the 'created' link option. The status of these bugs has been set to open.Bugs.png

On the other end, the bugs are linked to the test execution by the 'created by' link.

I then run the following JQL with the aim of filtering these opening bugs:

issue in defectsCreatedDuringTestExecution("Test Executions Filter") AND status not in (Closed, Rejected)

I'm confused as to why my query does not return the linked bugs?




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