TestExecute Alternatives To MHTML
We are executing our tests from an Azure DevOps pipeline via TestExecute. The tests are executing correctly and are happily logging the results to a .mht file. The problem we have is that we are running out of machines that can open .mht files as the only browser that can open them is Internet Explorer.
How do I use the same Azure DevOps/TestExecute process while exporting the logs to a format that can be opened in a modern application such as Edge or Chrome?
Another option is using the Command-Line run test step in Azure. You could use the CLI arguments, not using VSTest, and use the exportlog flag to the relative Azure location in the Azure AD: https://support.smartbear.com/testexecute/docs/running/automating/command-line/command-line.html
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