Behave has a range of Build tools (https://hindsighttesting.zendesk.com/forums/21683611-Test-Automation) and all these tools export the tests in the Gherkin format for Cucumber and related tools.
Is there a particular reason you are looking for XML?
Hey there, David.
As far as I know, the data from the Behave plugin is stored within the JIRA database itself according to the documentation (https://hindsighttesting.zendesk.com/entries/23416387-Backing-Up-and-Restoring-Data). I am not sure whether you are able to export specific data within the plugin separately. Perhaps you can also try to seek advice from the plugin vendor to see what they have to say about this?
Hope this helps.
Thanks for the information. I don't necessarily need XML, but I just a quick and dirty way to export test data stored in Behave specifications to a format that can be used elsewhere. Copy and paste on the system clipboard would probably do the trick, but it would be good to know if a particular build tool is preferred. Are you sure that there isn't a more general extract/export function in the GUI?
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