I noticed when editing test cases using the side edit feature, that customizations are not being saved once I select Save. I noticed it once I added tags, hit Save, then viewed the test case in side edit view again: the tag was gone.
We are experiencing the same
When editing the test case via the edit feature within a test run, all fields update apart from 1. I’ve checked the settings for the customised fields and they are all the same, so shouldn’t be any reason why some update and other’s don’t save the changes.
@sjpknight what is the status on a patch to this issue? We are talking about a long time here (> 3_months) for such a major issue “LOSS OF DATA??” to wait this long for a patch! Please provide status or shall I fix this issue myself? Thanks!
All the issues relating to the editing of custom fields using the new fast track edit feature were fixed in a 6.2 maintenance release, back in March: TestRail 22.214.171.1247 Released. If you’re still experiencing issues once you’ve upgraded, please do let us know about them!
@sjpknight thanks for the reply, however, I can confirm for you that tag release 126.96.36.1994 does not have this patched fix. This was the only avail tag to install for 6.2, so it seems this fix did not make it into your latest 6.2 maint release. My upgrade flow was from 6.1 to 6.2 (188.8.131.524). Please provide a hot fix or push out another maintenance/patch that includes the fixes you say were involved in 184.108.40.2067 so customers upgrading to 220.127.116.114 have them. Thanks!
@sjpknight any word on why this fix is not included in TestRail 18.104.22.1684 Released - I’ve got a work around in place to remove the ability to use fast track ending feature, but my org would like to use it. Unfortunately, right now there is a data integrity issue with your bug and until you provide me a patch, we are missing out (and I suspect many other customers who had a similar upgrade path as we did). Thanks!
Hi @mj2377 - the fast track edit fixes are included in the 22.214.171.124 release. If you are experiencing a specific issue which may not have been covered by those fixes, then we’ll be happy to support you with that - but we’ll need some more information from you in order to diagnose it. If you’d like to send that information to email@example.com, we can take a more in-depth look.
An email has been with information!! I look forward to a reply within 24hrs…thanks!