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The following Detail pages provide more specific information about Test Assemblies and Test objects within your testing environment.
Test Assembly Management
Open a Test Assembly Management page by selecting for the desired Test Assembly, or Test object on the Dashboard.
You can also navigate to different levels within a Test Assembly by selecting a hierarchy on the hierarchy selection panel.
|Opens the Execution History page for the selected Test Assembly, Group, or object.|
|Opens the Execution Details page for the selected Test Assembly, Group, or object.|
|Opens the Assembly Run Logs page for the selected Test Assembly.|
|Deletes the selected test assembly. Select this button to open the Confirm Assembly Deletion window, and then select OK to delete the test assembly.|
Note: Selecting this option does not remove details of the selected assembly from the Data Testing Dashboard Summary.
Add new, or edit existing scheduled runs for the selected Test Assembly. Schedule the test assembly to run at a specified day and time interval, and enable automatic testing.
To add a new scheduled run to the selected test assembly, complete the following steps :
1. Select New to open Create Schedule Run window.
2. Select a Remote Agent from the drop-down list, and enter a name for the Task.
3. Enter the username and password needed to access the Remote Agent.
4. Select a Start day and time, and an End day and time for the test run.
Note: Selector to switch between the calendar and time selection.
5. Select the interval for the test to run, and then select Create Schedule to create the scheduled run.
Success: Your Scheduled Run is created and accessible!
Note: Scheduled Runs are completely dependent on the selected assembly and remote agent to run the assembly. You can't make edits to these settings. To schedule the run on a different remote agent, you’d have to create a new test.
Managing Scheduled Runs
Edit or Delete scheduled runs for a selected test assembly.
|Edit a selected scheduled run.|
Open the Edit Scheduled Run window by selecting for the desired test run. Select Update Schedule to save your changes.
|Delete a selected scheduled run.|
Select to open the Confirm Scheduled Run Deletion window and then select OK to delete the test run.
View your created scheduled runs in the Windows Task Scheduler library on the Remote Agent where the test is scheduled.
Important: Do not makes changes to the Scheduled Run description in the Task Scheduler. Changing the description may make the test inoperable.
Manage the parameters within your selected test assembly. Selectand then select Override for the parameter you wish to change. Selectto save your changes.
Add new, or manage the existing tags with the selected Test Assembly or test component.
|Add a new tag to the Test assembly or component.|
Select New to open the Add Tag window, enter the tag and then select OK to save the tag.
|Delete the selected tag.|
Grid Assert Hyperlinks
Configure Grid Assert Hyperlinks on the Compare Grids Management page by completing the following steps:
Note: Grid Assert Hyperlinks can only be configured for the Compare Grids Assert.
- Select Create Hyperlink Template on the desired Compare Grids Management page.
- Enter the name of the grid you want to hyperlink.
- Add a desired URL to the Actual Hyperlink Template and Expected Hyperlink Template grids, and then enter the text to display for the hyperlink. Select Save to create the Grid Assert Hyperlink.
View detailed statistics about the execution of a test assembly within your testing environment on the Execution History page.
Hover over a desired graph to display detailed tooltips. For more information about the graphs within the SentryOne Test Web Portal, see the Dashboard article.
Note: The graphs within the Execution History page display data from all of the recorded executions of a selected test assembly.
Execution History Grid view
The grid view displays statistics about all the executions of the test assembly in an easy to navigate, at-a-glance format.
|Start Time||A list that contains the starting date(s) and time(s) of the test assembly executions.|
Select on a Start Time to display the Execution Details page for the specified date and time.
|End Time||A list that contains the End date(s) and time(s) of the test assembly executions.|
Select on an End Time to display the Execution Details page for the specified date and time.
|Duration||The time it took for the test assembly to execute.|
|Status||The result of the test assembly execution.|
Select to open the Execution History Filters window. Select a status to filter by, and then select Apply Filters to filter the statuses.
Note: Filters apply to the results of the entire Execution History page.
|Tests||The number of tests run during the assembly execution.|
Delete test execution data by selecting the checkbox you wish to delete, and then selecting to open the Confirm Deletion window. Select Ok to delete the test executions.
Note: Deleting Execution Details updates all of the information on the Execution History page.
View detailed statistics about the execution of a selected test assembly or object. Drill down into components of the test by selecting the test object.
View Execution Details at the following test levels:
|Assembly||Displays details about the entire testing assembly.|
|Group||Displays details about the selected test group within the assembly.|
|Test||Displays details about a selected test within the assembly.|
|Action||Displays details about a selected action within the test.|
|Assertion||Displays details about a selected assertion within the test.|
Note: Use the navigation bar to select a different level within the Test assembly or object.
|Name||The name of the test assembly or component.|
|Type||The level or component of the test.|
|Status||The most recent result of the individual test component.|
|Duration||The amount of time it took for the test component to execute.|
Select an action to take place if the Assertion fails, and trigger that action to highlight specific rows. For more information about configuring actions in the SentryOne Test Web Portal see the Notification Engine article.
Sort the Assertion Details page by Column or Table.
Hide or display lines between the presented information.
Export the data from the assertion into an Excel file for easy accessibility.
If your test has any Exception messages, or Annotations, they display on the Assertion Details page.
For more information about annotations in SentryOne Test, see the Integrating with the Remote Agent article.
Assembly Run Logs
The Assembly Run Logs page displays details about the test assembly runs within your testing environment.
|Test Assembly||The name of the individual test assemblies that have been run within your environment.|
|Remote Agent||The remote agent that was used to run the test assembly.|
|Run Outcome||The overall outcome of the test assembly.|
|Date Log Received||The date and time that the run log was recorded on the SentryOne Test Web Portal.|
|Opens the Execution Details page for the selected test assembly run.|
|Opens the Assembly Run Log window for the selected test assembly.|
Selectto download the Assembly Run Log.
|Download the selected test assembly run log.|
Assembly Run Logs Filter
Filter the data on the Assembly Run Logs page by Test Assembly or Remote Agent.
Select to filter by Test Assembly by completing the following steps:
- Select the Test Assembly filter button to open the Assembly Run Logs Filter window.
- Select the Test Assembly you wish to filter by from the drop-down menu, and then select Apply Filters.
Select to filter by Remote Agent by completing the following steps:
- Select the Remote Agent filter button to open the Assembly Run Logs Filter window.
- Select the Remote Agent you wish to filter by from the drop-down menu, and then select Apply Filters.
Note: Selecting to open the Assembly Run Logs page from the Assembly Management page applies the Test Assembly Filter automatically.
|Opens the Assembly Run Logs Filter window.|
|Clears all active filters.|