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TestExecute Result Log

Hey,

 

if i run tests under TestExecute at the end of each run the tcResults1.mht automatically show up. Is there any way to handel it differently or to suppress it?

 

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kai

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Re: TestExecute Result Log

If you're using command line option then pass /DoNotShowLog in the parameter.

 

/DoNotShowLog - If this argument is specified, TestExecute does not show test results automatically after the test run is over. If the argument is not specified, test results are shown in Internet Explorer right after the test has finished.

more info:https://support.smartbear.com/testexecute/docs/running/automating/command-line/command-line.html

 

otherwise, you can disable that log show up by using below link https://support.smartbear.com/testexecute/docs/logs/disabling-logs.html


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Shankar R

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Re: TestExecute Result Log

If you're using command line option then pass /DoNotShowLog in the parameter.

 

/DoNotShowLog - If this argument is specified, TestExecute does not show test results automatically after the test run is over. If the argument is not specified, test results are shown in Internet Explorer right after the test has finished.

more info:https://support.smartbear.com/testexecute/docs/running/automating/command-line/command-line.html

 

otherwise, you can disable that log show up by using below link https://support.smartbear.com/testexecute/docs/logs/disabling-logs.html


Thanks
Shankar R

LinkedIn | CG-VAK Software | Bitbucket | shankarr.75@gmail.com

“You must expect great things from you, before you can do them”


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Re: TestExecute Result Log

Alternatively, if you run TestExecute stand-alone and right click on the icon in the system tray, you can access the "options" and, in there, you can specify to not show the log at the end of the test run.  That way you won't need the command-line parameter


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