Managing MetaData in Opkey

In Opkey, when the execution result gets deleted, it can’t be restored. The Manage MetaData feature allows you to delete the metadata information from the execution result and save it in the backend. If the user would like to access any metadata information in the future, it can be viewed.

Let's understand how to use this feature in Opkey:

Login to the Opkey Portal and select your project to open your project workspace.

Go to the Execution Result Tab present in the left panel. The user will be redirected to a new page where the Execution Result can be viewed.

You can view the Manage MetaData Tab by clicking on the last button present above the Execution Result Tab.

The MetaData tab displays the details of the executed sessions, such as Build Name, Session Name, Project Name, Executed By, Date-Time etc.

When you delete the sessions from the “Execution Result”, those sessions will now be visible as the highlighted ones in the “Manage Metadata” tab.

The Executed Session which has been run recently will be displayed in the “Recent Used Meta Data Tab” section present in the lower left side corner of the screen.

The “Recent Used MetaData” tab displays the details of the last 10 recently viewed sessions. The Recent tab which displays the last 10 executed sessions is present only in Opkey Web, not on other portals.

On entering the “Start Date” and the “End Date” in the tab, the sessions list for a period of 90 days will be displayed, and the data can be directly downloaded in an excel format by clicking on the “Download Report” tab placed in the right side corner.

The data for a single session and also for the entire session can be imported in an excel format.

You can also view the “Execution Result” by right-clicking on the undeleted session present on the “Recent Tab”.

The data deleted from the Manage MetaData will be present in the MetaData Audit Trial option in the project management section.

You’ll have to go to Admin Panel > Project Management > MetaData Audit Trial.

You can download the data from this section using the “Export to Excel” button. Just click this at the top to export data of deleted sessions in an excel file.

To learn more about Opkey as a test automation tool, you can visit and enroll in our Opkey series course.

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