|Changing test reports [message #140290]
||Wed, 11 February 2009 21:00
| wayne fallows
Registered: July 2009
I have tried to follow the instructions from the following document
I have been able to run the HTML reports, but I am unable to follow
instructions under 3.1 Modifying the Test Pass Report, there is no
longer a template directory under the org.eclipse.tptp.test.report.birt.ui
plug-in. Has the implementation changed, if so where can I find
documentation to change the URL test reports? I know it does not make a
difference, but I am new to Eclipse and trying to prove that the TPTP
frame work will work for our requirements
Trying not to re-invent the wheel, is there any documents around that
provide details on a continuous performance testing design or
implementation. We are trying to put a continuous testing system together
so we know something is running slow from a user interaction side before
they call to log a support case. Has this been done before or am I
breaking new ground?
Thank you for your assistance
|Re: Changing test reports [message #140309 is a reply to message #140290]
||Thu, 12 February 2009 06:51
| Paul Slauenwhite
Registered: July 2009
In TPTP 4.5, the BIRT Test Reports was moved from a General Availability
(GA) component to an As-Is component. As-Is components are primarily
provided for prior users but imply no support (for example, defects, news
group, and mailing lists). The BIRT Test Reports have been repackaged in the
org.eclipse.tptp.test.report.birt plug-in as the As-Is component (see
However, the URL Performance Test Reports (see
are still packaged in TPTP. These reports are not built using BIRT so they
cannot be modified.
The TPTP URL test type provides:
-HTTP performance testing of Web applications and plug-ins based on
JUnit test classes.
-Editor for creating URL test suites and defining tests (HTTP requests)
and their behavior.
-HTTP proxy recorder to intercept and record HTTP requests from user
interactions with Web applications to create an URL test suite.
-URL test runner for local and remote execution.
For more information, see
The TPTP URL test type can be used for HTTP performance testing of Web
applications, which can be automated using the Automatable Service Framework
(ASF) - see
http://help.eclipse.org/ganymede/topic/org.eclipse.hyades.te st.doc.user/tasks/tlaunching-tests-from-scripts-and-applicat ions.htm.
"wayne fallows" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Good day,
> I have tried to follow the instructions from the following document
> http://www.eclipse.org/tptp/home/documents/process/developme nt/Guide-to-TPTP-BIRT-Reports.html
> I have been able to run the HTML reports, but I am unable to follow
> instructions under
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