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Generate a consolidated extent report when we execute multiple testcases

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Generate a consolidated extent report when we execute multiple testcases

Hello Community,

I am generating a extent report from testcomplete after following the below link:

https://smartbear-cc.force.com/portal/KbArticleViewer?name=How-to-integrate-ExtentReports-with-TestC...

 

When I execute my testcase, it gives a single report for that particular testcase.

Now, I want to execute multiple testcases and generate a consolidated extent report. How is this possible? Please suggest.

 

Regards,

Nandini

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Re: Generate a consolidated extent report when we execute multiple testcases

Hi Nandini,

 

As far as I see in the example, native Java methods of the ExtentReports framework are used. So, you will need to identify if this framework provides methods to implement the task you need and change the current code. Here is the link to its documentation:

http://extentreports.com/docs/versions/2/java/

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Re: Generate a consolidated extent report when we execute multiple testcases

Hi Nandini,

 

As far as I see in the example, native Java methods of the ExtentReports framework are used. So, you will need to identify if this framework provides methods to implement the task you need and change the current code. Here is the link to its documentation:

http://extentreports.com/docs/versions/2/java/

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Tanya Gorbunova
SmartBear Community Manager

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