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pvidal
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14 years ago

How to automatically copy and rename the MHT log generated by TestExecute?

Hello,



When TestExecute finished running a test it shows the MHT log in Internet Explorer. This MHT log is somewhere in some temp directory and has a generic name like tcResult#.mht. We need to archive that file.



Is there a way to get a copy and rename that file besides going to that temp folder in Windows Explorer and manually copying and renaming it?  Can I do it from a script or event handler so that it is automatically done after running the test cases?



Thank you,

Patricio.


5 Replies

  • weiwongfaye's avatar
    weiwongfaye
    Occasional Contributor
    Hello Patricio,



    Hope this can help you



    Sub Main()



    Dim objShell,strLog


    Set objShell = CreateObject("WScript.Shell")

    strLog=objShell.ExpandEnvironmentStrings("%temp%")

    Call aqFileSystem.CopyFile(strLog&"\tcResult1.mht", "C:\AfterChange.mht")



    End Sub


     

  • Thank you Jack. The problem I see is that the file name changes every time. Also I would like to run this script automatically after the tests are executed.



    Regards,

    Patricio.
  • Hi Patricio,


    I suggest that you use a *.js file that would launch your "main" project suite and copy the generated file.


        //test.js

        var fso = new ActiveXObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject");

        // The line below will remove all of the .mht files, so, after running the test.js file, you will always get the tcResults1.mht file.

        fso.DeleteFile("C:\\Users\\UserName\\AppData\\Local\\Temp\\tcResults*") // specify your temp folder here

        var te = new ActiveXObject("TestExecute.TestExecuteApplication");

        var IObject = te.Integration;

        IObject.OpenProjectSuite("C:\\ProjectSuite14\\ProjectSuite14.pjs");  // here should be the path to your "main" project suite file

        IObject.RunProjectSuite();

        while(IObject.isRunning())

        {

            WScript.Sleep(100);

        }

        IObject.CloseProjectSuite();

        WScript.Sleep(1000);

        fso.CopyFile ("C:\\Users\\UserName\\AppData\\Local\\Temp\\tcResults1.mht", "c:\\results.mht"); // as the first parameter, specify your temp folder here


    Run TestExecute and execute this file. The .mht file you need will be located in the "C:\" folder.

  • I use the function log.saveresultsas(path,2) to store the result as mht

    In the path you can give a desired filename to store as well.
  • ChrisH's avatar
    ChrisH
    Occasional Contributor
    I use the same method which Madhi has suggested:





    JScript:



    function GeneralEvents_OnStopTest(Sender)

    {

      var logFolder = "C:\\Logs\\";

      var mhtName = "log.mht";

     

      if (!aqFileSystem.Exists(logFolder))

      {

        aqFileSystem.CreateFolder(logFolder);

      }

     

      var currentdateTime = aqDateTime.Now();

     

      var dateTimeFolder = aqDateTime.GetYear(currentdateTime) + "_"

        + aqDateTime.GetMonth(currentdateTime) + "_"

        + aqDateTime.GetDay(currentdateTime) + "_"

        + aqDateTime.GetHours(currentdateTime) + "_"

        + aqDateTime.GetMinutes(currentdateTime) + "_"

        + aqDateTime.GetSeconds(currentdateTime);

     

      Log.SaveResultsAs(logFolder + dateTimeFolder + "\\" + mhtName, lsMHT);

    }





    (On a different note, how do you post code in a sensible block when you reply?)