I´m evaluating Zephyr and In Zephyr only test-cases can be add to testCycles. I want to add "bugs" also. Is there any possibility to configure this ?
I want to add the bug directly and not via linked testcase.
Thanks for your interest in Zephyr.As per a basic test management application flow and best practise our testing tool is designed as "Create a Test Case"->"Add to test cycle"->"Execute the Test Cases in the Cycle"->Raise a defect or bug for Failed executions
We cuurently only allow linking to bugs and there is no explicit way of adding Bugs to test cycle
If you can provide a use case and how it will effect a QA team,we can use the same to raise a feature request with our product team for them to consider in future releases .
Hi Zehpyr Support,
I would also like a similar feature to this. Basically, instead of having to create duplicate Jira items with the Zephyr Test type for every item which we develop (be it Bug, Story, Task) it would be nice if we could simply create one item which would serve as both Use Case (User Story if you prefer) AND Test Case.
IMHO Use Cases and Test Cases should essentially be the same thing, with the Test case simply including data/environment specific details required to execute the test. So why duplicate?
This would greatly reduce the number of Jira Items we'd need to work with.
So I'd propose some new Item types, which all work as per the standard Jira types, except that they also include test steps and can function as Zephyr Test Items. These should be for example
Testable Sub Task
Regarding Nomenclature, naming need not be as per the above, perhaps use the same names as the Jira task types, but with different icons :)
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