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Can I display more than 10 test executions per page in Zephyr for JIRA?


Is there a way to configure Zephyr for JIRA to display more than 10 execution cycles in the Test Cycles Summary screen?

It would be nice if we could configure it either by a gloabal setting under Administration > Add-ons > General Configuration, or as temporary value on the page itself.

(kudos to Stas who also raised this issue in a much longer list of enhancement requests here: )

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Thanks for your prompt reply Edgar. I see that a number of other users have asked for the same thing. e.g.

I hope this request is near the top of your product team's to do list :-)

Hi Peter,

Currently Zephyr for JIRA is working as expected. You can only view 10 test per page within the test cycle.

There is a work around which is only available for ZFJ version 2.1. You can search in test executions by cycle name. This will display the following field in a table cycle name, issue key, project name, priority, component, version, execution status, executed by, executed on, and creation date. By using this you can view up to 20 test per page with various export capabilities.

The following link provides you with our documentation on the Zephyr Query Language.

Kind Regards,


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