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    Manual & Automated Test Management inside JIRA - The Favourite Add-on for QA Teams

    Manual & Automated Test Management inside JIRA - The Favourite Add-on for QA Teams

    Manage all your Tests as JIRA issues

    Plan, Execute and Integrate

    Reports and Requirement Coverage

    Manage manual and automated tests as JIRA issues, customize screens and workflows.

    Define Cucumber tests in natural language.

    Use your automation framework through generic automated tests.

    Organize tests in test sets.

    Create test plans for tracking a set of tests and planned or ad hoc test executions.

    Execute tests on different environments and consolidate results.

    Use your CI tool to report test results using the included REST API.

    View the test coverage of requirements with interactive charts.

    Analyze the daily evolution of requirement test coverage for a release.

    Add gadgets to your dashboards with test execution status and requirements coverage.

    More details

    • Proven Enterprise features
      • More than 1000 customers in 50 countries
      • Uses JIRA issues, allowing custom fields, screens, workflows
      • Traceability between requirements, tests, defects, executions
      • Ensures consistency by storing test definitions for past executions
    • Testing
      • Define reusable preconditions and associate to tests
      • Organize tests in test sets
      • Test plans for tracking test progress
      • Custom test and step statuses
    • Automated tests
      • Write Cucumber scenarios in JIRA
      • Use generic automated tests for other frameworks
      • Integrates with Calabash
    • Reporting
      • Reports in JIRA gadgets, Word, Excel (Xporter for JIRA)
      • JQL functions
      • Agile boards w/ requirement status and related executions
    • Integration
      • Free REST API
      • CI tools (Bamboo, Jenkins)
      • Import tests from CSV, Zephyr and others
    • Focus on coverage
      • Coverage charts reusable in dashboards
      • Coverage status custom field
    • UI in English, German, French, Spanish

    All features here.

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    Free e-book about Test Management in JIRA.

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    by Dom on 2017-01-20
    We've mostly test manually and used Zepyhr before and Xray offers a lot more in comparison whilst it's less expensive. The main benefit is the complete and automatic traceability from Requirement to Test to Bug. We have found a couple of minor bugs (for example Requirements are not automatically linked when creating a Bug out of a Test even though the settings say they should be) but overall a massive help for our Team. With the new update the Test Executions are a lot more neat and easier to handle, would recommend!
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    by Earl Willis on 2017-01-19
    I've used other tools before and also in-JIRA tools such as Zephyr. Zephyr has been the go-to plugin for test case management and Xray seems to be the the new kid on the block whose making a lot of noise. I've been looking into an test case management tool that is the right fit for my organization and wanted to see what the hype was all about. From my experience, Zephyr fulfilled most of of our needs besides the hefty cost in comparison with X-Ray. However, I found Zephyr to be very convoluted and weighty. After trying out X-Ray, I found many of the functions to be efficiently streamlined. I also like how Tests are organized as Tests, Test Sets, and Executions which allows many of our tests to be recycled. It seamlessly integrates with JIRA platform so there is not much of a learning curve since Xray tests are normal JIRA issues which allow for full JIRA power. The only thing I came across so far is that it is only possible to a single precondition to a test. It would be more comfortable to have the ability to attach more preconditions. But overall, I am quite pleased.
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    Xpand Add-ons

    Hi Earl,

    Thanks for your feedback and trying out Xray for JIRA!

    In fact, since Xray v2.0, you can already associate multiple Pre-Conditions with a given Test. Please give it a try if you haven't already.

    Best regards,

    Xray for JIRA Team

    by Samuel Amiel on 2017-01-19
    We have been using XRay for a bit less than a year now, and we are globally satisfied. Here are our main observations (+ and) +++ The complete integration in Jira works perfectly and brings a lot to our dev system, it's great to have all the test cases linked to projects and to have defects linked as well. Other teams welcomed it happily because it gives them a simplified overview of the QA activities on their projects. +++ Easy to configure and use, we don't lose time trying to make it work, it works +++The support is very reactive and fast, and ready to hold webex sessions to help solve problems more complex + The reporting is not bad, but could be improved to be great : the way Xray calculates the test coverage is clever, but the reporting options are a bit short, you still might need excel to create some custom graphs - - The test cases importation tool is very hard to handle, not intuitive and needs a looot of manipulations to work. Conclusion : XRay is great tool, we are quite satisfied so far, we entered more than 3000 test tickets and covered a dozen releases, the tool is easy to handle, is well maintained and offers a lot. We give him a 3 stars review, could be 4 stars if the reporting was better and if the test cases importation was simpler.
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    Hi Samuel,

    Thanks for your feedback and trying out Xray for JIRA!

    With Xray 2.1 we will have a dedicated importer, with a step-by-step wizard, that will be present in JIRA's proper menu for importing issues (System => Import and Export) that supports a CSV where steps are written one per row. This will be way more friendly than the current conversion tool.

    Concerning built-in reports, we do provide some different ways to make reporting. However, we are aware that we miss some built-in features out-of-the-box; thus, we are already working on some important reports and charts for version 2.1!

    Besides it, we have many reports and gadgets already detailed in our product backlog. Advanced users may even recur to EazyBI which is providing integration with Xray in their v4.2 version and thus enabling great testing data reports.

    Best regards,

    Xray for JIRA Team

    by Fred Kaeser on 2017-01-19
    Good support, fast response on support request and high quality of analysis and fixes.
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    by Geoff Wilson on 2017-01-10
    To start with some of our program's history, we've been doing testing "the old fashioned way" for 20 something years now in Excel with all tests manually written and performed. Copy the last delivery's Excel test document, add new test steps as new rows, and then get to testing. Found a defect? Then log into JIRA and write all the details you can about it and take note of the issue ID and manually write it back into the corresponding test step row in the Excel doc. Same went for mapping Requirements and with no real way to track in real time how many we've covered. Well, Xray is made to help alleviate many of these manual steps by enabling you to smartly create new Defects from failing test steps in execution, to showing you Requirement coverage based on tests executed, and thus overall integrating more of my and your program's processes and documents into the online Atlassian suite. It also allows Cucumber automated test scripts to be written which we're finally looking into how to accomplish that with the hope of more effectively and efficiently using a tester's limited time to get through our thousands and thousands of test steps across hundreds of our products. However, I do have to say that the transition from Excel to Xray isn't exactly the smoothest, especially when trying to train others how to use it. While it was easy to clone an Excel doc and modify it for the next delivery, now you'll have to be cloning a Test issue, editing it, maybe adding it to a few new Test Sets which can be used like a master test document, and then creating one Test Execution for every combination of Operating System + platform baseline that we need to test on ... this results in the need to clone, create, and maintain numerous Xray issues for what was once a single Excel doc that we all know how to edit. Therefore, before buying definitely try it out and compare just what your testing processes were and what you hope to get out of a new testing tool like Xray in hopes of making them better. We're still in the experimental phase of seeing what it can give us and if we should just stick with Excel for all traditional testing. The automated portion we see great hope in modernization. Some issue types like the new Test Plan seem like they'll be useful as a traditional Excel doc replacement, but may turn out to not be due to usability issues like the inability to organize Tests... yet, at least we hope. The Xpand team does put out tons of new bug fix and feature drops in a routine manner, so if it's not working the way you want, hopefully it'll be remedied shortly (write up your issues or requests in their public JIRA tracker). All in all, I'd give it a try, especially if your team currently doesn't have any formal testing processes in place.
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    Xpand Add-ons

    Hi Geoff,

    Thanks for your feedback and trying out Xray for JIRA!

    We do understand that you may initially feel quite a difference when migrating to a tool such as Xray, or any Test Management tool in fact. But after you start using you will see the great benefits it brings to you.

    Xray for JIRA is a complete Test Management tool. What does it mean exactly?

    It means that you will be able to create Test cases, assign and classify them, see historic changes, have workflow control, and many more. You also be able to link test related entities with any issue in JIRA, if you want.

    You can clone any issue, namely Tests. If you do change the semantics of Test, then the best thing to do is write a new or clone an existing one. Test issues are like Test templates, that can be reused multiple times in Test Executions.

    If you need to run the same Tests on multiple environments, then Xray as a great feature which are the Test Environments. In this case you would create multiple Test Executions and for each one you would specify the Test Environment. The great thing is that you would use exactly the same Tests.

    Please take a look at our documentation page which gives you great tips concerning the usage of Test Environments and see our recorded webinar for Xray 2.0, which covers exactly this whenever detailing the Test Plan feature (which is related).

    Best regards,

    Xray for JIRA Team

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    Versions

    Version 2.0.7 JIRA Server 7.0.0 - 7.3.0 Released 2017-01-11

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    1. Log into your JIRA instance as an admin.
    2. Click the admin dropdown and choose Atlassian Marketplace. The Manage add-ons screen loads.
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    4. Locate Xray - Test Management for JIRA via search. The appropriate add-on version appears in the search results.
    5. Click Try free to begin a new trial or Buy now to purchase a license for Xray - Test Management for JIRA. You're prompted to log into MyAtlassian. Xray - Test Management for JIRA begins to download.
    6. Enter your information and click Generate license when redirected to MyAtlassian.
    7. Click Apply license. If you're using an older version of UPM, you can copy and paste the license into your JIRA instance.

    To find older Xray - Test Management for JIRA versions compatible with your instance, you can look through our version history page.

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