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Re: [qftestJUI] Using the timestamps on the node within a Jython Script...
Hello Venkat, indeed, parsing the qrz file is not easily possible outside Java. The format for the image is a compressed RGB array. QF-Test version 2 will have an option to store the image as PNG internally, so all you need to do is base64 decoding. However, version 2 will also extract the images to PNG files when creating reports, the XML reports will contain references to those files and the HTML reports will display the screenshots along with the error information, so maybe you shouldn't invest the time for this right now. Anyway, the script in the list archive you're referring to was intended for capturing an image at a specific time, not at the time of an error. Best regards, Greg Venkatesh Madurai-Subramanian <vmadurai@?.com> writes: > Greetings! > I tried out the Jython code mentioned in a previous script at > http://www.qfs.de/archive/qftest-list/2004/msg00420.html (Many thanks to > Greg and everyone else for that) > I think this is a relatively cleaner and simpler option than trying to > parse and decode the string in the QRZ reports... > We run a lot of tests in batch modes. Is there a way to always run a > varation of the Jython code in the link above: > a. without having to include the Jython script at each location where > we need a screenshot (as we don't know where all could the failures > occur) > b. use a unique name for each screenshot, for example as > timestamp.png, timestamp being the timestamp mentioned in the QRZ > file, for the node, where the exception occurs? > Regards > Venkat -- Gregor Schmid Gregor.Schmid@?.de Quality First Software GmbH http://www.qfs.de Tulpenstr. 41 Tel: +49 8171 919870 DE-82538 Geretsried Fax: +49 8171 919876