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Test Execution Report for multiple tests

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Test Execution Report for multiple tests

If I run multiple tests one after another, how can I generate an execution report showing

Test Summary

Passed

Failed

 

Detailed execution report of each test

Can I get this kind of format out of the box?

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Partha Mandayam
Software Consultant
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Re: Test Execution Report for multiple tests

Actually a beautiful test summary report is available out of the box.

You just have to run the project suite and choose test summary panel

See attached screenshot

 


@tristaanogre wrote:

The TestComplete log is exactly as it says.... it is a log of whatever is written out to the log using various log message methods along with the automatic logging built in.

 

Any custom output is up to the end user to write code to achieve.  This includes building your own summary portion of the report.


 

Regards

Partha Mandayam
Software Consultant

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Re: Test Execution Report for multiple tests

Thanks

Is there a way to get test summary followed by details out of the box?

 


@Marsha_R wrote:

Take a look here for what you want:

https://support.smartbear.com/testcomplete/docs/testing-with/log/working-with/index.html


 

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Partha Mandayam
Software Consultant
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Re: Test Execution Report for multiple tests

The TestComplete log is exactly as it says.... it is a log of whatever is written out to the log using various log message methods along with the automatic logging built in.

 

Any custom output is up to the end user to write code to achieve.  This includes building your own summary portion of the report.


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Why automate?  I do automated testing because there's only so much a human being can do and remain healthy.  Sleep is a requirement.  So, while people sleep, automation that I create does what I've described above in order to make sure that nothing gets past the final defense of the testing group.
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Re: Test Execution Report for multiple tests

Actually a beautiful test summary report is available out of the box.

You just have to run the project suite and choose test summary panel

See attached screenshot

 


@tristaanogre wrote:

The TestComplete log is exactly as it says.... it is a log of whatever is written out to the log using various log message methods along with the automatic logging built in.

 

Any custom output is up to the end user to write code to achieve.  This includes building your own summary portion of the report.


 

Regards

Partha Mandayam
Software Consultant

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Re: Test Execution Report for multiple tests

I looked at your extensions page. Pretty cool stuff!!!

How do you write extensions for Testcomplete?

 


@tristaanogre wrote:

The TestComplete log is exactly as it says.... it is a log of whatever is written out to the log using various log message methods along with the automatic logging built in.

 

Any custom output is up to the end user to write code to achieve.  This includes building your own summary portion of the report.


 

Regards

Partha Mandayam
Software Consultant
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Re: Test Execution Report for multiple tests

Well, two things:

1) There is documentation on the whole thing in https://support.smartbear.com/testcomplete/docs/working-with/extending/script/about.html. There's not exactly a step by step tutorial but the documentation is pretty decent.

2) Putting in a plug: At Connect 2018 in October, I'll be giving a talk/demonstration on creating a script extension. If you'll be there, look me up.


@mcp111 wrote:

I looked at your extensions page. Pretty cool stuff!!!

How do you write extensions for Testcomplete?

 


@tristaanogre wrote:

The TestComplete log is exactly as it says.... it is a log of whatever is written out to the log using various log message methods along with the automatic logging built in.

 

Any custom output is up to the end user to write code to achieve.  This includes building your own summary portion of the report.


 


 


Robert Martin
[Community Expert Group]
Please consider giving a Kudo if I write good stuff
----

Why automate?  I do automated testing because there's only so much a human being can do and remain healthy.  Sleep is a requirement.  So, while people sleep, automation that I create does what I've described above in order to make sure that nothing gets past the final defense of the testing group.
I love good food, good books, good friends, and good fun.

Mysterious Gremlin Master
Extensions available
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Re: Test Execution Report for multiple tests

Thanks

 


@tristaanogre wrote:

Well, two things:

1) There is documentation on the whole thing in https://support.smartbear.com/testcomplete/docs/working-with/extending/script/about.html. There's not exactly a step by step tutorial but the documentation is pretty decent.

2) Putting in a plug: At Connect 2018 in October, I'll be giving a talk/demonstration on creating a script extension. If you'll be there, look me up.


@mcp111 wrote:

I looked at your extensions page. Pretty cool stuff!!!

How do you write extensions for Testcomplete?

 


@tristaanogre wrote:

The TestComplete log is exactly as it says.... it is a log of whatever is written out to the log using various log message methods along with the automatic logging built in.

 

Any custom output is up to the end user to write code to achieve.  This includes building your own summary portion of the report.


 


 


 

Regards

Partha Mandayam
Software Consultant