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Requirement Test Execution Report
This report shows the overall state of test execution for requirements in a version. In clearly way you can verify the testing status of single requirements as well as the agregated progress for a whole version.
The report is available once the Jira issues have been selected from the specific project to be considered as requirements. This configuration is located in the Project settings > Test Management > Requirements tab.
For more information see Requirements tab.
To show up in the report, the issues need to be connected in a specific way. Below, in the connection structure, you can find the description of the relationship between Requirements, Test Case and Defects.
To use the Requirement Test Execution Report
- Click on Projects in main bar in Jira and select project from list.
- Click on Test Reports on left side.
- Choose the Requirement Test Execution Report.
View of Requirement Test Execution Report.
To obtain an appropriate range of data you can filter the Requirements and Test Cases with built-in filters that refer to the Fix Version/s field and connection with a given requirement or use saved filters. Each filter list has its own searching categories. The filters selected in the Requirements and Test Cases add up and do not represent a part of the common.
Each category is displayed in the filter list when at least one value matches that category.
You can filter the Requirements by selecting the appropriate filter value from the list. To search specific value enter a phrase in the search bar. To remove a value from filtering, click the cross next to the unwanted value.
|Fix version is assigned||Filters all requirements that have a value set in the Fix Version/s field.|
|No fix version is assigned||Filters all requirements that don’t have a value set in the Fix Version/s field.|
|Released versions||In this category, you can filter the requirements 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 requirements 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.|
Test Cases filtering
You can filter the Test Cases by selecting the appropriate filter value from the list. To search specific value enter a phrase in the search bar. To remove a value from filtering, click the cross next to the unwanted value.
|Fix version is assigned||Filters all Test Cases that have a value set in the Fix Version/s field.|
|No fix version is assigned||Filters all Test Cases that don’t have a value set in the Fix Version/s field.|
|Requirement connection: TCs connected with the requirement directly||Filters Test Cases that are directly connected to the requirement from the Requirements column via the Requirement field.|
|Requirement connection: TCs in Test Plan connected with the requirement directly||Narrows the Test Cases down to the ones present in a Test Plan in which the Requirement field contains the requirement from the Requirement Key column of this report.|
|Released versions||In this category, you can filter the Test Cases 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 Cases with a given version set in the Fix Version/s field. The category lists only unreleased versions.|
|Version of Test Plan containing TCs||In this category, you can filter Test Cases based on the Fix Version/s field from the Test Plan to which these Test Cases belong. The Test Plan and requirement match the same value in the Fix Version/s field.|
|Saved Jira filters||In this category, you can filter Test Cases using defined filters in the Issue Navigator.|
Statuses visible in the Execution status column shows aggregate progress of Test Cases connected with a given requirement.
Dispalying statuses in execution status column is based on the Test Case statuses. You can determine which Test Case statuses will be treated as Pass (Passed statuses option) or Fail (Failed statuses option) in TestFLO Settings. Other Test Case statuses that haven’t been selected in these two categories will be treated as Not Execute.
To set statuses for Execution status column see TestFLO Settings.
The Execution status is a status that indicates the overall state of tests of a requirement based on the rule:
- Pass - requirement with all Test Cases on passed status.
- Fail - requirement with at least one Test Case on failed status
- Not Executed - requirement with Test Cases where all statuses are neither failed nor passed
- No Tests - requirement with no Test Cases at all
Summary and Execution progress
Summary section displays information about the number of requirements and its execution statuses. The results of each category can be displayed in Issue Navigator. Click on a certain category and you will be directed to Issue Navigator.
Execution progress section shows the progress of execution included in percent and on the progress bar.
Use sorting in the results table by using the arrows in the columns:
- Requirement Key (ASC, DESC),
- Execution status (Sort order: Fail, Not Executed, No Tests, Pass).
Under each number displayed in the Test Cases and Defects column, you can check the list of results and their details. To see which Test Cases or Defects are connected for a certain requirement, click on the number in the Test Cases or Defects column. You will see a popup with issues details.
To quickly navigate to the requirement, Test Case or Defect just click on the issue key.