How to increase max number of test executions in "Reorder Executions"

We are using the new "Reorder Executions" function that was introduced in the latest plugin update, version 2.5.1. We have a BIG problem with this function, as it is only giving us the option to order max 200 test executions.

We have test cycles with more than 200 executions, and I see no option to increase this number.

How can we reorder more than 200 executions?


Best Regards

Dagfinn Rosnes, Tieto

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Hello Dagfinn,

Thanks for reaching out! Currently Zephyr for JIRA does not have the feature of reordering more than 200 test  in a cycle available with native functionality.

Our Product Management team has been made aware of this feature request and They will review the same for consideration. We appreciate your valuable feedback in making Zephyr for JIRA better.

Thanks and Regards,

Bibek.

Thanks for your rapid response! The response itself is unfortunate as we would have hoped to see a much more flexible plugin. In the meantime we will need to create multiple test cycles where we planned having only one, and order executions based on the conditions used to split the set. If you have any other suggested workaround, please let me know. Thanks!

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