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    Sort Test Results in htm format

    Hi All

    By using TC's Log.SaveResultsAs method, I can save the results of a particular test to an htm file. When I view the htm file, the test pane displays the number of runs for that test in ascending order (i.e. 1 - 3). Is there a way to have the results displayed in descending order instead?

    Thanks in advance
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    Re: Sort Test Results in htm format

    Hi Nick,

    This is impossible and we are not planning to implement such an ability, sorry.
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    Leo - AQA Support

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    Re: Sort Test Results in htm format

    Ok, thanks Leo.

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    Re: Sort Test Results in htm format

    "Impossible" is a strong word.

    Couldn't you just get the loops in the XSL document to count down rather than up?

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    Re: Sort Test Results in htm format

    Hi bughunta,

    I meant that it is impossible to sort the results saved to an htm file using the current version of TestComplete. Of course, you can modify the xsl file generated by TestComplete to have results displayed in the desired order. As for adding an additional parameter that will specify the results order to the SaveResultsAs method, we do not consider this an elegant solution: this would entail changing some of the other methods while many people wouldn't use the ability at all and the parameter would simply confuse them.
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    Leo - AQA Support

 

 

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