I have some test results for test cases which are assigned to different test cycles. I can see the meterices and test cycle view where zephyr shows the results but I can't find any option to export test results. If I search test cases using native Jira search then I don't see zephyr test case pass fail status so really stuck.
I would like to update my response to this Anwsers thread.
As of Zephyr for JIRA version 220.127.116.113, it IS possible to export full details of test executions and the nested test steps. It's a little obscure, which is why it took me 3 months and a conversation with support to find it, but it's there and it works well.
For starters, make sure you reindex both JIRA and Zephyr for JIRA. Yes, there are two indexes, and you need to re-index both of them after you upgrade your Zephyr add-on.
Next, under the Tests menu, there is a Search Test Executions menu option.
This brings up a blank query entry box. The simplest query would be "cycleName = <yourTestCycleNameHere>". If you re-indexed JIRA, your cycleNames should auto-populate as you type, and if you re-indexed Zephyr, the query will execute successfully.
The query results will pull up all the test results associated with that test cycle. In the top right corner is an export button that gives you a few options for retrieiving your data (xml, rss, html, csv, excel). I was able to retreive all results, comments, and other details from even my oldest test executions. It's all accessible now.
I'm a little disappointed it took over a year to implement, but it's nice to know the Zephyr team is listening. I would like to see a better interface on the Search Test Executions page... something akin to the JIRA 6 Issue Navigator filter bar, so my less technically savy users can still access test result.
But, it works now, and I'll gladly recommend Zephyr for JIRA to anyone who asks.
Ladies and Gents,
We're working hard to add the ability of exporting results to Zephyr for JIRA in or very near to the release date of our next major release.
At this point, I can't share an expected release date for ZFJ 1.6, but wanted to let you all now it has been prioritiezed due to "very" popular demand.
In Zephyr 1.6 we added an "export cycle" button to the Cycle Area. This sends out a list of testcases and their testing results.
Hi Chris- thanks for getting at least this start implemented. However, there are no test step details or pass/fail results of individual test steps in the export, only the Summary field is included in the export of test results.
Will you be adding test steps and their individual results to the test results export in the future?
I'm not sure if you guys have figured it out yet but you can export test cases. Just go to My Open Issues, adjust the filters (Project, Type, Status, etc), select the Export link in the upper right hand corner, choose the opt Excel (All Fields).
Once you have the data in Excel you can tweak it. Hope this helps someone.
P.S Just be sure your issue type is "Test".
Currently Zephyr for JIRA doesn't support the export of test statuses. This is on our roadmap for a future build.
Currently the best way to review testcases is to view them individually in the tool and see each execution of a testcase or view a cycle and see each of the testcase executions in the cycle.
We have planned to use Zephyr for Jira add on for test case management and we are hoping 100,000 test cases for this project. This functionality will be the core for us. We are in the process of purchasing this add on. Could you tell me when and which release this functionality will be included.
We are also very interested in this ability as we are contractually obligated to deliver hard copies of test cases/results to an external customer. We're currently evaluating both Zephyr for JIRA and synapseRT for test case management, and not being able to export would be a deal killer I'm afraid.
Can you share more of the timeline for when this will be available?
To add a little more information for the others who are interested in this, contacting Zephyr support directly results in being transferred to a sales rep who tries to upsell to the full-blown product, which does do the export.
Apparently plans to export from JIRA are not in the works or they don't see it as being worthwhile, which was disappointing.
We plan on improving this area of the tool soon. There will be both a short term improvement sooner than later and then a better improvement later. Sorry, I have to be ambigious here, but yes there are imporvements coming down the pipe.
This relates to the inability to search effectively for anything to do with cycles, cases and steps in JIRA. Cannot search on test cycles at all, cannot search on test steps, and cannot search on results of test cases. I am having to write my own SQL queries to extract useful info on test execution, e.g. how many test cases failed in version x of project y and in which cycles.
I would like to know when Zephyr will update to include fields such as "Test Step", "Test Data", and "Expected Results" in the "Export Tests" menu on the Test Cycle --> Settings screen.
Also, when the tests are exported from the Test Cycle screen --> Settings --> Export Tests, the Comments for each step does not export. It seems like "Comments" from the Test Case Details exports but not for each step.
Lastly, it would be nice if Zephyr could rename the Comments to "Actual Results" and also provide some way of exporting the requirements linked in a test case.
My Company is very much interested in using Zephyr as our Test Management Tool however, inability to do the items as listed above prevents us from fully purchasing this product.
Would you know if the items listed above are on your roadmap to address?
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