Magento Functional Testing Framework (MFTF)
For the installation guidelines and system requirements, refer to Getting Started.
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Labels applied by the MFTF team
Refer to the tables with descriptions of each label below. These labels are applied by the MFTF development team to community contributed issues and pull requests, to communicate status, impact, or which team is working on it.
Pull Request Status
|accept||The pull request has been accepted and will be merged into mainline code.|
|reject||The pull request has been rejected and will not be merged into mainline code. Possible reasons can include but are not limited to: issue has already been fixed in another code contribution, or there is an issue with the code contribution.|
|needsUpdate||The Magento Team needs additional information from the reporter to properly prioritize and process the pull request.|
Issue Resolution Status
|acknowledged||The Magento Team has validated the issue and an internal ticket has been created.|
|needsUpdate||The Magento Team needs additional information from the reporter to properly prioritize and process the issue or pull request.|
|cannot reproduce||The Magento Team has not confirmed that this issue contains the minimum required information to reproduce.|
|non-issue||The Magento Team has not recognized any issue according to provided information.|
|PROD||Affects the Product team (mostly feature requests or business logic change).|
|DOC||Affects Documentation domain.|
|TECH||Affects Architect Group (mostly to make decisions around technology changes).|
|bugfix||The issue or pull request relates to bug fixing.|
|enhancement||The issue or pull request that raises the MFTF to a higher degree (for example new features, optimization, refactoring, etc).|
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