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Test Executions

Test Execution refers to the process of running test cases and assessing the actual behavior of the software or system being tested. It involves the step-by-step execution of predefined test cases, capturing the results, and comparing them against the expected outcomes. The main purpose of test execution is to verify whether the software or system functions correctly, meets the specified requirements, and behaves as intended.

Child pages are organized by how users manage Test Executions, including how the test step status is calculated:

Test Execution List

In order to manage Test Executions, navigate to Test Management → Test Execution in the left side menu. The page shows all the created test execution general info including associated Issue Key, Summary, Assignee, number of Tests and Status

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