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ppad
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Issue Coverage

Hello guys,

How can I list the JIRA issues that has not Test Cases on Zephyr Scale section (image attached)?

My idea is check if QAs are adding the test cases properly on the issues. Is there some report that shows that?

Thank you!

 

 

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josh42
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Re: Issue Coverage

Hi @ppad ,

 

there are some JQL functions that you can use.

In your case it would be "issue not in hasTestCoverage()" in a JQL query. Have a look at the docs.

https://support.smartbear.com/zephyr-scale-server/docs/jql-functions.html

 

But you can also use the traceability reports (even the simple Coverage Report in your case or any of the others). If you filter them by "Issue" using a Jira filter, it will show you the issues (included in that filter) that do not have test cases as well.

 

Cheers
Josh

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josh42
Community Leader

Re: Issue Coverage

Hi @ppad ,

 

there are some JQL functions that you can use.

In your case it would be "issue not in hasTestCoverage()" in a JQL query. Have a look at the docs.

https://support.smartbear.com/zephyr-scale-server/docs/jql-functions.html

 

But you can also use the traceability reports (even the simple Coverage Report in your case or any of the others). If you filter them by "Issue" using a Jira filter, it will show you the issues (included in that filter) that do not have test cases as well.

 

Cheers
Josh

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ppad
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Re: Issue Coverage

This solution worked for me.

Thank you so much 🙂

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