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    Test Execution Reporting

    Hi There
    I was just wondering what is the best approach to the reporting of the test execution report.

    I am currently considering the following options:
    + Write a custom library to log results into Access DB and pretty it up via HTML
    + Write a custom library to log results into a text file
    + Use TestComplete logs (but this is only with TC, i need it to be external)

    Basically I want a neat solution which I (and other ppl, namely management) can check the status of the execution during script runtime

    Thanks in advance

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    Re: Test Execution Reporting

    Hi Mdot,

    TestComplete can export logs as HTML or MHT files, actually. Please see the "Exporting Test Results" help topic ( http://www.automatedqa.com/support/v...aspx?aid=10993 ) for more information.
    Regards,
    Allen - SmartBear Support

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    Re: Test Execution Reporting

    You can have a framework like this:
    - scheduled tasks starts a tests,
    - one can check the test status via html while execution,
    - test cases and test suites "notifies database" about it's execution status,
    - email notifies when tests are finished (you can also notify your management),
    - test logs are exported on network drive and waiting for check,

    I think you can implement all of your ideas (maybe this file is not the best one). The most time consuming would be database and test results via html.
    If you don't care about trees you can also print results on some network printer.

    I do not recommend .MHT format. For a long test runs, export file is really big and IE is in trouble handling it.
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    Lukasz Morawski, QA Engineer
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    Re: Test Execution Reporting

    + Write a custom library to log results into a text file
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    Use TC GeneralEvents_OnLogWarning/GeneralEvents_OnLogError to handle

    + Use TestComplete logs (but this is only with TC, i need it to be external)
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    Yes,MHT is very difficult to use, even I slim down it from over 100M to 30M, it still crash in IE
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    Re: Test Execution Reporting

    Hi carol2000,

    Could you please provide us with the project suite which contains the problematic log? We can try to reproduce the problem here.
    Regards,
    Allen - SmartBear Support

 

 

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