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How to generate test case printable report during automation execution and Save in local system ?

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How to generate test case printable report during automation execution and Save in local system ?

Using TestRunner GUI, There are reports that can be generated such as Junit Report, Allure Report and Printable report.

 

How to save these reports after execution of each testcase ?

 

 

 

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Vallalarasu Pandiyan | LinkedIn |Vallalarasu.p@gmail.com
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Re: How to generate test case printable report during automation execution and Save in local syste

Hi @Vallalarasu_P 

 

On this subject, we have a good article with the detailed analysis, which you can find here: https://smartbear-cc.force.com/portal/KbArticleViewer?name=Configuring-ReadyAPI-to-save-Project-or-T...


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Re: How to generate test case printable report during automation execution and Save in local syste

Hope ReadyAPI is being used.
You may refer below documentation for the same. Please ignore if you already looked at it and found not helpful.

https://support.smartbear.com/readyapi/docs/testing/reports/existing/html.html



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Rao.
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Re: How to generate test case printable report during automation execution and Save in local syste

Thanks for your response.

 

I went through the same. I wish to know how reports can be saved automatically after execution.

 

For example in testcomplete, using Log.SaveResultas method which will save the reports in a specified location.

This if we add in events, This is going to happen after every single test. 

 

I wish to configure readyapi to store all the execution report automatically instead of triggering it manually.

 

Correct me if my understanding is wrong.

 

 

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Vallalarasu Pandiyan | LinkedIn |Vallalarasu.p@gmail.com
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Re: How to generate test case printable report during automation execution and Save in local syste

No voice in testComplete.

Regarding your question, you may try executing the tests, and report should be available in the configured location. Isn't that what you notice?

Alternatively, use command line option as documented below:
https://support.smartbear.com/readyapi/docs/soapui/running/automating/cli.html


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Rao.
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Re: How to generate test case printable report during automation execution and Save in local syste

Thank you nmrao! 

 

Hi @Vallalarasu_P, does this answer your question? 



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Re: How to generate test case printable report during automation execution and Save in local syste

No. This is a commandline execution to generate the report which can be done with TestRunner GUI too.

With Regards
Vallalarasu Pandiyan | LinkedIn |Vallalarasu.p@gmail.com

Re: How to generate test case printable report during automation execution and Save in local syste

Hi @Vallalarasu_P 

 

On this subject, we have a good article with the detailed analysis, which you can find here: https://smartbear-cc.force.com/portal/KbArticleViewer?name=Configuring-ReadyAPI-to-save-Project-or-T...


Kirill Zakharov
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Re: How to generate test case printable report during automation execution and Save in local syste

@KirillZakharov,

Thanks for the link.

But, here different tools are being compared which might have designed and function differently.

In ReadyAPI or SoapUI, if the reporting details are configured, then the report is automatically generated with testrunner and believe that neither there is manual intervention is required nor additional code is required.


Regards,
Rao.