Support documentation (https://zephyrdocs.atlassian.net/wiki/display/ZTD/Search+Test+Executions and https://zephyrdocs.atlassian.net/wiki/display/ZTD/ZQL+Reference ) mentions that it is possible to search test executions by executionDate. It doesn't seem that I can make it work though. Test Execution Search with this query executionDate = 'yyyy-MM-dd' provides "No Tests found matching the request." feedback. Am I doing something wrong?
My company is evaluating Zephyr for JIRA now. It is critical to have test execution reports by build number. Since Zephyr doesn't support that functionality currently, I hoped that at least reporting by execution date will be possible.
We have confirmed with our development team regarding Test Execution Search with this query executionDate = "yyyy-MM-dd" displaying "No Tests found matching the request". I would like to let you know that we have filed this as a defect on our side. It is filed under ZFJ-1360. This means we are working to have it solved in a future release.
I would like to inform you that currently you can use the following queries:
i)executionDate >= "yyyy-MM-dd"
ii)executionDate <= "yyyy-MM-dd"
The above queries displays the testcase executions that are executed on that specified date and also after/before the specified date.
I would like to inform you that it is too early for us to commit on any timeline at the moment, however we have forwarded your request to our product management team they will review the same and consider it for future release. We appreciate your valuable feedback in making our Zephyr for JIRA better.
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