- The Executive Coverage Report shows coverage relationship between Stories and Test Cases, Test execution results and linked defects.
- For the selected Project, the report shows what percent of issues have one or more test cases associated. The report displays test coverage as well as overall testing quality. The coverage data is based on the stories you selected.
- The report consists of three charts: Story Coverage, Test Run Coverage of selected stories and Defect Coverage of selected stories. Select Stories based on your release scope.
- You can now add this report to your dashboard as a gadget.
Before generating gadgets, save Filters in Jira for the Stories.
- Select Filter and select Story Coverage view.
- Click Save.
- The pie chart displays Story Coverage based on test cases within the selected stories. It provides details of stories bifurcated on the basis of types of test cases within it.
Not Covered: It refers to Stories which don’t have any test case within it.
Manual Coverage: It refers to Stories which have Manual test cases within it.
Automation Coverage: It refers to Stories which have only Automation test cases within it.
Manual + Automation Coverage: It refers to Stories which have Manual as well as Automation test cases within it.
- The stories counts are clickable.
- You can drill down each category and view contents of the stories covered in the category.
Test Run Coverage of Selected Stories
- Select Filter and select Test Run Coverage of Selected Stories view.
- Click Save.
- You can view the Test Run Coverage report. The bar chart displays the count of test case execution results of test cases covered under stories.
- Once you generate the report, you can see that the counts in the table are clickable.
- You can drill down each Execution Result and view contents of the test cases covered in the Execution Result.
Defect Coverage of Selected Stories
- Select Filter and select Defect Coverage of Selected Stories view.
- It is a bar-stack chart, which displays Priority and Status wise count of defects logged during the test runs.
- Once you select test runs as described above, you can view the Defect of selected Test Run report.
- The counts in the table are clickable.
- You can drill down each combination of Priority and Status, and view contents of the defects (bugs) covered in the test run.
- You can view the complete hierarchy of association –> Bug – Test Run – Story – Test Case.
- You can open individual defect page in JIRA.