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deanding
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4 months ago

No test result saved in JDBC test cases when save test result in a file

Hi, I'm trying to save test results of JDBC cases, but found that in the txt file, response data is not saved, please see the img

how can I write more data into test result txt file?

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  • Hello deanding 

     

    You will have to do some coding I think...

     

    I assume (your question leads to a lot of assumptions) what you are showing is txt file from testrunner.bat execution...  What your img shows is the result of a test step not a test case... 

     

    Those txt files are produced from every test step executed.  You will need to add a 'TestRunListener.afterStep' event listener for the project (right click on your project name | choose 'Events' from the available menu items).  I have some sandbox code below for that event (I found a little bit of the code searching this Smartbear site).  You can hack it up as needed. I have added a couple lines for a 'jdbc' step type at the end of this sample, but I have not tested it.  It may lead you to an ultimate solution by researching events further however.  πŸ™‚

    import com.eviware.soapui.impl.wsdl.teststeps.WsdlTestRequestStep
    import com.eviware.soapui.impl.wsdl.teststeps.RestTestRequestStep
    import com.eviware.soapui.impl.wsdl.teststeps.HttpTestRequestStep
    import static com.eviware.soapui.model.testsuite.TestStepResult.TestStepStatus.*
    import static com.eviware.soapui.impl.wsdl.submit.transports.http.BaseHttpRequestTransport.HTTP_METHOD
    //
    ////Closure to get ExtendedHttpMethod object
    //def eHM = { context.getProperty(HTTP_METHOD) }
    //
    ////Initialize report
    //def message = new StringBuilder()
    //
    ////Add the test properties to report similar to failure case as this helps to understand easily if something is missing or incorrect
    //def addPropertiesToReport = {
    //            message.with {
    //                append('\n----------------- Properties -----------------\n')
    //                append("Endpoint: ${context.endpoint}\n")
    //                switch (context.currentStep) {
    //            case WsdlTestRequestStep:
    //                append("Encoding: ${context.currentStep.testRequest.encoding}\n")
    //                append("  ---  TESTING WsdlTestRequestStep \n")
    //                break          
    //            default:
    //                           append("HTTP Version: ${eHM().protocolVersion}\n")
    //                           append("Method: ${eHM().method}\n")
    //                           append("StatusCode: ${testStepResult.getProperty('StatusCode')}\n")
    //                           append("URL: ${eHM().URL}\n")
    //                append("  ---  TESTING Default \n")                   
    //                break
    //       }
    //    }    
    //}
    //
    //def addPayLoadToReport = { subHead, content, additionalData = null ->
    //            message.with {
    //                            append("\n-------------- $subHead --------------\n")
    //                            if(additionalData) {
    //                                            append(eHM().requestLine).append('\n')
    //                                            additionalData.each { append(it.name + ' :  ' + it.value + '\n')}
    //                            }
    //                            if (content) { append('\n').append(content).append('\n') }
    //            }
    //}
    //
    ////Actual business logic
    //if (([WsdlTestRequestStep, RestTestRequestStep, HttpTestRequestStep].any{context.currentStep in it}) && (testStepResult.status in [UNKNOWN, OK, PASS])) {
    //            addPropertiesToReport()
    //            addPayLoadToReport('Request', eHM().entity?.content?.text, eHM().allHeaders)
    //            addPayLoadToReport('Response', context.rawResponse)              
    //    testStepResult.addMessage(message.toString())
    //}
     
    // Get the test step's results, PASS or FAIL
    def testStatus = testStepResult.getStatus();
     
    // Get a reference to the test step
    def testStep = testStepResult.getTestStep();
     
    // Get the test type
    def tsType = testStep.config.type.toString()
    //  httprequest
    //  groovy
    //  properties
    //  jdbc
     
    //// Skip steps that are not soap or rest
    //if (tsType.equals("soaprequest") || tsType.equals("restrequest"))
    //{
    //            // Skip tests that are not PASS
    //            if (testStatus.toString().equals("PASS"))
    //            {
    //                            // Build full URL
    //                            def endPoint = testStep.getHttpRequest().getEndpoint();
    //                            def URI = testStepResult.getTestStep().getHttpRequest().getPath()
    //                            def path = "$endPoint/$URI";
    //
    //                            def response = testStep.getPropertyValue("RawResponse");
    //
    //                            // Add the URL and raw response to the test step result messages, which flows to the test report.
    //                            testStepResult.addMessage("Request URL: $path");        
    //                            testStepResult.addMessage("Raw Response: $response");
    //            }
    //}
     
    if (tsType.equals("httprequest")) {
       def environmentName = testRunner.testCase.project.getActiveEnvironment().name;
       testStepResult.addMessage(" ");
       testStepResult.addMessage("EnvironmentName = $environmentName" );
    };
     
    if (tsType.equals("properties")) {
       testStepResult.addMessage(" ");
       testStepResult.addMessage("First 25 char of Name...     First 100 char of Value...");
       testStepResult.addMessage("_________________________    ___________________________________________________________________________________________________");  
       //testStepResult.addMessage("Name -------------------    Value -------------------------------------------");
       for( prop in testStep.propertyNames  )
       {
          //log.info( prop + "=" + testStep.properties[prop].value );
    //     webHostUnderTestBrowserFlavor = webHostUnderTestBrowserFlavor ?: 'chrome';  // if environment variable is not set, default to chrome...     
          name = prop ?: '';
          val = testStep.properties[prop].value ?: '';
          testStepResult.addMessage("${name.take(25).padRight(25,' ')}    ${val.take(100)}" );
       };
    };
    //testStepResult.addMessage("  ---   TESTING");
    //testStepResult.addMessage(" --  ${testStep.name}");
    //testStepResult.addMessage(" --  $tsType");
    
    if (tsType.equals("jdbc")) {
       environmentName = testRunner.testCase.project.getActiveEnvironment().name;
       testStepResult.addMessage(" ");
       testStepResult.addMessage("EnvironmentName = $environmentName" );
       testStepResult.addMessage("****  More of your jdbc output needs are coded here  ****" );
    //.
    //  ****  More of your jdbc output needs are coded here  ****
    //.
    
    };

     

    Give it a try and see what happens.

     

    Regards,

    Todd

    • richie's avatar
      richie
      Community Hero
      Hey TNeuschwanger,

      Thanks for that. I had the same problem about 5 years ago where i had an event handler script extracting the request/response stuff for my test evidence, but i never sorted it for my JDBC steps, so nice one for this! Definitely worth some kudos! πŸ˜‰

      Cheers,

      Rich