184.108.40.206.Looking at Results
When you execute the test script from the editor – the results are shown in the Results section of the window. Each entry contains the message, the file name and the location of the error. Doubleclicking on an entry opens the file and positions the cursor at the failing line.
By default, MarathonITE doesn’t generate a report for a test run from the editor. You can change this behavior by toggling the
Marathon -> Generate Reports menu option. When you run a test script when this option is selected, you can look at the report by clicking on the Show Report button on the toolbar.
When the tests are executed using the test runner, the results are shown with a success/failure indicator. When you select a test, the Trace section of the Test Runner view shows the stack trace if any of the failed test. Doubleclicking on a stacktrace entry opens the corresponding file and positions the cursor at the failing line.
MarathonITE always generates a report for the test runs from the test runner view. You can click on the
Test Runner‘s toolbar button Show Report to see the report.
When the tests are executed using batch mode, MarathonITE generate reports in marathon-reports folder. You can change this folder using
--report option of the command line.
MarathonITE uses Allure Reporting framework. The reports are generateed are rich and use HTML/CSS/Java script. While opening a report works in Mozilla Firefox™, it doesn’t work with all the browsers.
You can use
allure-commandline package to see the report. A copy of which is distributed in
allure folder of installation. Following command opens a report in the default browser.
allure report open --report-dir marathon-reports\reports