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How can I report the number of tests being blocked by a defect/bug?

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GAus
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How can I report the number of tests being blocked by a defect/bug?

Hi,

 

I'd like to report defects/bugs and the number of tests they are blocking?

 

Looking online there used to be a report for 'Top Defects Impacting Testing' which is exactly what I'm after but unfortunately the report is no longer available.  Is there any other way to generate this level of detail?

 

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Thanks.

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MisterB
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Re: How can I report the number of tests being blocked by a defect/bug?

Hi!

 

The report you're looking for still exists - it's located in Reports > Issues > Top 10 Defects Impacting Testing.

 

If you want more control over the results you can export the data from another report like Test Execution Results List, and then use the "Execution.Count of Linked Issues" and the "Execution.Linked Issues" fields to get a complete picture, i.e. not just the top 10 - but that does require manual work on your part.

 

Hope that helps.

 

Andy

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MisterB
Community Leader

Re: How can I report the number of tests being blocked by a defect/bug?

Hi!

 

The report you're looking for still exists - it's located in Reports > Issues > Top 10 Defects Impacting Testing.

 

If you want more control over the results you can export the data from another report like Test Execution Results List, and then use the "Execution.Count of Linked Issues" and the "Execution.Linked Issues" fields to get a complete picture, i.e. not just the top 10 - but that does require manual work on your part.

 

Hope that helps.

 

Andy

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GAus
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Re: How can I report the number of tests being blocked by a defect/bug?

Great - The export worked and I'm able to generate a chart off of the back of it.

 

Thanks for the help!

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