Can I see all defects in a test cycle?
When I create defects during Test execution (Test Cycle) , I can see each defects are linked as issues in test cases.
But I want to see all defects generated in a test cycle.
Is it possible to see all defects with JIRA links which is generated in a test cycle?
I cannot find it in traceability or report section.
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Defect Status or Bug Status in defect life cycle is the present state from which the defect or a bug is currently undergoing. The goal of defect status is to precisely convey the current state or progress of a defect or bug in order to better track and understand the actual progress of the defect life cycle.
I'm guessing you're using the Cloud version, which at present is missing Issue reporting. The Server version has an Issues reporting section - no idea why that wasn't ported over to Cloud as well but it's an annoyance in the short term while we wait for those to be released (coming soon I hope).
As a workaround you can create a custom report to find test executions in a test cycle that have linked issues using this option...
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The goal of defect status is to precisely convey the current state or progress of a defect or bug in order to better track and understand the actual progress of the defect life cycle.
Yes, it is typically possible to view all defects in a test cycle. The exact method of accessing and viewing defects may vary depending on the test management tool or software you are using. However, I can provide you with a general approach:
Access the test management tool: Log in to your test management tool or software that you use to track and manage defects. This could be a dedicated defect tracking tool or a comprehensive test management tool that includes defect tracking capabilities.
Navigate to the test cycle: Locate the specific test cycle or testing phase for which you want to view the defects. This could be a specific iteration, release, or milestone of your software testing process.
Open the defect list: Within the test cycle, there should be an option to view the list of defects associated with that particular cycle. Look for a tab, menu option, or link that allows you to access the defect list.
Filter defects by test cycle: If your test management tool supports filtering, you can apply a filter to display only the defects related to the selected test cycle. This will help you narrow down the list and focus on the specific defects you are interested in.
Review the defect details: Click on individual defects to view their details. This may include information such as defect ID, summary, description, priority, severity, assigned tester, status, and any associated attachments or comments.
Analyze and track defects: Take note of the defects, review their details, and analyze the information provided. You can track the progress of each defect, assign them to respective team members for resolution, and update their status as they are addressed.
It's important to note that the specific steps and options may differ depending on the test management tool or software you are using. If you are working within an organization or project, it's recommended to refer to any guidelines or procedures established by your team for defect tracking and management. MyFedLoan