|Re: Parsing AGR (junit plug-in) test results programmatically [message #48118 is a reply to message #47935]
||Fri, 23 December 2005 23:04
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Registered: July 2009
TPTP 4.1 includes an automatable service framework that allows clients to
define services that users would be able to invoke via light weight clients
(e.g. Ant scripts, shell scripts, and etc...). One service that is
currently shipped with this framework is the ability to launch test suites
via a light weight client.
There is a feature opened to use this framework to be able to interpret the
execution results of test suites:
https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=111542. In short, what you
are looking for is outside the scope of AGR. It should be a common service
provided for all test suites. If you wish to find out more about the
automatable service framework & how you can contribute to it, see: Help
Contents > TPTP Tester Guide > JUnit testing with TPTP > Testing JUnit
Plug-ins with TPTP > Launching tests from scripts and applications >
Overview of the automatable service framework.
I can get you in touch with the main developer of the service framework if
you are interested to find out more.
"Stephan Lips" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> We are in the process of deploying the (excellent and highly useful) AGR
> execute automated UI tests. One of the last missing links in the chain is
> the ability to determine pass/fail status of a given test programmatically
> (to report it by email, update pass/fail trending data, etc). After
> through the AGR and TPTP Tester Guide documentation, it seems the only
> facility to achieve this is to write custom code. For a fully automated
> build-test environment it seems this would be a must-have, so I'm not sure
> that I'm not missing something.
> Has anybody faced this issue, and if so, how did you solve it?
> Any input would be highly appreciated.
> - Stephan
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