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Re: [QF-Test] Number of Failed/Passed testcases

  • Subject: Re: [QF-Test] Number of Failed/Passed testcases
  • From: Denis Gauthier <denis.gauthier@?.au>
  • Date: Tue, 25 Sep 2012 09:31:24 +1000

Title: Re: [QF-Test] Number of Failed/Passed testcases
Hi Swaminathan,

If what you are after is the variation of test failed/passed between two runs one solution is to use the jUnit report also generated by QFTest.
With this there are a few tools that can keep a record of the different pass rate.
For instance Hudson/Jenkins does a good job at highlighting the variations in the jUnit results. You can even have the history of one specific test case.

Now the introduction of such tools can have its own challenges, but as Gregor pointed out, it is fairly simple to implement your own parsers and reports.



On 25/09/2012 12:01 AM, Gregor Schmid wrote:

Hello Swaminathan,

it's usually not a good idea to post run-logs to the QF-Test mailing
list, but as the question is of general interest I decided to let it

In short, you'll want to look at the summary report file named
report.xml located in the same directory as the XML file you attached.
The first summary node has attributes like executedtests or
passedtests that represent the values shown in the HTML report.

Best regards,

Swaminathan Guruvayurappan <swaminathan.guruvayurappan@?.com>

> Hello Folks,
> Good day to all.
> We are working on GUI Automation for past 2 years using QF-Test. Now we got a obvious requirement.
> How to find "How many test cases are Passed, Failed and Aborted from the Regression". Test suite
> structure as follows
> [cid]  
> Each Test call will contain a TestSuite->TestSet->TestCase in it. We need to identify 'Overall
> result of how many test cases are
> Passed(that is the test case node will contain errors as 0)
> Failed(that is the test case node will contain errors as >1)'
> Aborted(that is the test case node will contain exceptions as >1)'
> Please find attached QFS Log in qrl and xml format.
> Regards,
> Swaminathan

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