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Re: [QF-Test] calldaemon and batch mode question

  • Subject: Re: [QF-Test] calldaemon and batch mode question
  • From: Gregor Schmid <Gregor.Schmid@?.de>
  • Date: Sun, 24 Mar 2013 20:28:11 +0100

Hello Andy,

indeed, generating the report automatically is currently not supported
with the qftest -calldaemon call. However, you can easily create a
report spanning several run-logs from several calldaemon calls:

Either specify the directory containing the run-logs:

qftest -batch -genreport -report <reportdir> <runlogdir>

or the run-logs individually:

qftest -batch -genreport -report <reportdir> <runlog1> <runlog2> ...

Best regards,

Andy Lawrence <andylawrence.russia@?.com> writes:

> Hello,
> I have a couple of questions about usage calldaemon and batch mode.
> 1. Is it possible to generate reports in junit xml format in case of remote launching (via
> calldaemon with batch options)? I tried to do that but without a success.
> 2. The same question about generation HTML reports for calldaemon, is it possible?
> 3. If answers are No, then could you please suggest any approach how to generate junit report or
> HTML report from standard report file (like qzp and so on)? Is there any utility that comes with
> QF-Test that helps to manage such task?
> Example of my command to launch QF-Test remotely (assuming that listener is up on remote server
> and permissions for folders are OK):
> qftest -batch -calldaemon -daemonhost <remote_server> -daemonport <remote_port> -runlog /home/user
> /qfs_reports/%M%d%y-%h:%m:%s/test.qzp -report.junit /home/user/qfs_reports/junit -report.html /
> home/user.qfs_reports/html -variable value=1  c:\\test.qft
> From User Manual it is a bit confusing to figure out what command line parameters can be used and
> work only with '-batch' option or with both options '-batch -calldaemon'.
> Thanks in advance,
> Andy
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