I would like to be able to run the “Coverage for References” report from the root (Dashboard page) and be able to select multiple projects so I can see all Jira items that are referencing test cases across multiple projects.
I have test cases in multiple projects.
Project A - has 3 test cases (1,2,3)
Project B - has 2 test cases (4,5)
Project C - has 3 test cases (6,7,8)
I would like a reports tab on the Dashboard (where you see all projects)
Be able to place a check on the projects you would like to include in this report.
Click on the reports tab and set the “The following references only:”
enter the following reference IDs:
Click “Add Report”
Now run the report. I should see all Jira items and the referenced test cases (for all projects that were selected)
Currently the reports are will only show references of test cases within the current project.
This is what the report would look like if I ran it within Project A
JIRA-1368 C1 Add HTML escaping around pageName
JIRA-1375 C2 Support for multiple branch actions
JIRA-1514 C3 Anti-margin collapsing octopi interfere with screen readers
JIRA-1538 No test cases.
JIRA-1544 No test cases.
This is what the report would look like if I ran it within Project B
JIRA-1368 C1 No test cases.
JIRA-1375 C2 No test cases.
JIRA-1514 C3 No test cases.
JIRA-1538 C4 Text on Login button is truncated
JIRA-1544 C5 Landing page after login does not show “What’s new:” info.
I would like to be able to run for multiple projects so the report would look like:
|JIRA-1368|C1|Add HTML escaping around pageName|
|JIRA-1375|C2|Support for multiple branch actions|
|JIRA-1514|C3|Anti-margin collapsing octopi interfere with screen readers|
|JIRA-1538|C4|Text on Login button is truncated|
|JIRA-1544|C5|Landing page after login does not show “What’s new:” info.|