Squish tip of the week: Use grouping and filtering your Squish HTML reports

Squish tip of the week: Use grouping and filtering your Squish HTML reports

The new HTML reports in Squish 6.0 make pinpointing failures and drilling down into details much easier.

  • View a collection of reports from one or more test suites or executions
  • Tree-style navigation
  • Filter by Pass / Fail
  • Hide or display logs
  • Tool tip details on mouse over
  • Drill down to a single report
  • Pass percentage automatically calculated
  • Ability to group the pass / fail status of sections in a given test case

Try them out with the ––reportgen html option.

Example

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4 Comments

  1. Govind 4 years ago

    How could i use this Jenkins squish job.

    Regards
    Govind

  2. Elias Lange 4 years ago

    Hello Govind, if you are referring to setting up a Jenkins slave to run Squish tests you can find all relevant information at this page: https://kb.froglogic.com/display/KB/How+to+setup+a+Jenkins+slave+to+run+Squish+tests If you have further questions, please don’t hesitate to contact our technical support team at support@froglogic.com Regards Elias

  3. Alka Singh 3 years ago

    How do we achieve:
    View a collection of reports from one or more test suites or executions

  4. Harri Porten 3 years ago

    Alka, the viewing of result collections will be possible soon. We are working on a new kind of result storage that keeps the history of tests. As a result you can view past data including trends of failures and duration. I’ll contact you directly with more details. Others interested in trying out a beta version are invited to drop us a mail at squish@froglogic.com.

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