[Webtest] Report in html like ant task junitreport

Jeff Turner webtest@lists.canoo.com
Sat, 23 Nov 2002 22:07:26 +1100


Here's an example of <junitreport> generated functional testing output,
from a more HTTP-centric testing system called Anteater:


The main problem is that the report gives no notion of what sequence the
tests were executed in.


On Wed, Nov 20, 2002 at 07:09:36PM +0100, Dierk Koenig wrote:
> I guess it is not obvious enough, but the distribution already contains
> a file named samples/reportFromSummary.xsl.
> It is included in the doc.zip that can be downloaded separately
> but also comes with the build.zip.
> You can use it as is or adapt it to your needs.
> --
> If you want to align the appearance of the JUnit TestReport and WebTest
> you can copy the concerning XSL code fragments from
> <ant_home>/etc/junit-[no]frames.xsl
> to samples/reportFromSummary.xsl. But before doing that I would advise to
> start
> with the original XSL and see whether your users are really concerned.
> It seems to me that looking at unit test results is much different
> from looking at functional test results. This is because of the user group.
> Unit tests are for developers only.
> Functional tests are for users of your system.
> Looking at unit test results is typically boring as they almost always
> run at hundred percent. Their frequent turns of red and green are only
> visible
> at the developer's workstation.
> Functional tests are more interesting as they reveal the project progress
> over time.
> Cheers Mittie