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Test Plan Iterations Report
This report shows all test executions from selected Test Plan. With this report you can easily analyze the actual state of each Test Case execution in given Iteration.
To use the Test Plan Iterations Report:
- Click on Projects in main bar in Jira and select project from list.
- Click on Test Reports on left side menu.
- Choose the Test Plan Iterations Report.
View of the Test Plan Iterations Report.
Filtering helps you choose the right data set for analysis. To obtain an appropriate range of data you can filter the Test Plan by selecting the appropriate built-in filter or use a saved filter. To search for a specific value enter a phrase in the search bar. The Filter list has its own searching categories.
|Fix version is assigned||Filters all Test Plans that have a value set in the Fix Version/s field.|
|No fix version is assigned||Filters all Test Plans that don’t have a value set in the Fix Version/s field.|
|Released versions||In this category, you can filter the Test Plans with a given version set in the Fix Version/s field. The category lists only the released versions.|
|Unreleased versions||In this category, you can filter the Test Plans with a given version set in the Fix Version/s field. The category lists only unreleased versions.|
|Saved Jira filters||In this category, you can filter requirements using defined filters in the Issue Navigator.|
Show iteration name
Show iteration name displays the Iteration names instead of their numbers. You can use this option if the filter you selected returns one Test Plan only. If you have not changed the iterations names, then the default names will appear.
Show iteration name is related to changing the iteration name on Test Plan. Renaming the iteration allows you to link the test results to the Test Plan context. The context can be a given sprint, build, version, or other important information. Read more about the Iteration name in the Progress section at the Test information panel in Test Plan.
The selected filter returns one Test Plan, and the iteration names have been changed to the names of the sprints in which the iterations were performed. View of the report before the Show iteration names is checked:
View of the report after the Show iteration names is checked. The iteration headers have changed from numbers to names:
Summary and Test Execution Results
Summary section displays information about the number of Test Plans, Test Cases and its executions, also statuses of all executions.
Test Execution Results section shows the percentage progress of test executions.
Test Cases executions
The columns in the report show the following elements:
- Test Plan - Issue key of Test Plan in which the Test Case is included.
- Test Case - Issue key of Test Case.
- Test Case Summary - Summary of given Test Case.
- Execution passed - the percentage of passed executions for given Test Case.
- #Number (x%) - the iteration number and percentage of passed executions of all Test Cases in given iteration.
You can decide which Test Case statuses will be treated as passed. See Passed statuses in TestFLO settings.
Each row in the report presents one Test Case and its execution in a given iteration on Test Plan. Each cell represents the status color of the Test Case execution in the given iteration. If the Test Case is not included in the given iteration, the status color is not displayed and the N/A appears in its place.
To sort the results (DESC or ASC) displayed in the report, use arrows next to the Test Plan or Execution passed columns.
If you want to see the details of particular execution, hover over the cell and click on it. The Executions details dialog will appear with basic information about Test Case execution in a given iteration.
You can quickly switch between Test Case executions by using paging at the bottom of the Executions details dialog.