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Test Run Results

The test run results page contains information on all Suites and Tests within a test run, as well as a quick overview of and means to bulk-perform defect analysis.

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Test run header bar

Top header

The top header shows the following information:

  • Test run name
  • Test run sequence number
  • Status
  • Duration
  • Start date/time
  • Attributes
  • Test run description

Secondary header

The lower header contains information and actions related to the tests inside the test run:

  • Filter: The filter input allows to filter suites and tests by text.
  • Hide passed tests: This toggle allows to show only tests that have a status that is not Passed
  • Pass/Fail donut: A donut diagram showing the pass/fail distribution. Counts are presented next to the donut. The number in the center represents the total number of tests in this test run
  • Defect donut: A donut diagram showing the distribution of defect types within this run. Counts are presented next to the donut. The number in the center represents the total number of defects in this test run
  • Actions menu: A drop-down menu with actions that can be performed in this test run

Actions menu

The test runs Actions menu provides quick access to the following actions:

  • Edit defects: Opens the Edit defect type modal for a bulk operation on all selected defects.
  • Export full PDF: Downloads a PDF containing all test output.
  • Export summary PDF: Downloads a PDF containing a short test run result summary.

Test run list view

The test run's suites and test cases are displayed in the list view. When the page is opened, all suites that contain only passed tests will be displayed collapsed. To see their contents, click the suite name.
Suites that contain one or more failed tests will be expanded by default, allowing you to quickly determine where test analysis should be done.
Passed tests/suites are displayed in a green colored bar, Failed tests/suites have a red bar, Stopped/Interrupted tests/suites are displayed in a yellow bar and In Progress elements are displayed in a blue bar.

By default, the following information is displayed:

  • Status
  • Test name
  • Duration
  • Start time
  • Defect type

Failed tests have a checkbox that can be used to mark them for bulk-editing through the Actions menu. The Select all box at the top of the list allows to select all defects at once.

When hovering over a suite, a link icon appears. Clicking this icon copies a link to the test run page, with the selected suite highlighted to the clipboard for easy sharing.

Edit defect type

When a defect type button is clicked, or at least one defect checkbox is selected and Edit defects is selected from the Actions menu, the defect type modal window will open:

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Defect type

The defect type dropdown, allows to select one of the predefined defect categories (and their global meanings, feel free to use them as you see fit in your context):

  • To investigate: No category. To be analyzed
  • Product bug: A problem with the SUT
  • Automation issue: An automation problem. I.e. flaky test, test not updated, test data
  • System issue: A problem with the environment. I.e. service not up, wrong version of SUT, general instability
  • Follow up error: This is a special type, indicating that this test failed as a result of a previous test failing. Defects with this type will not be processed for future auto-analysis.


A free text input field where a defect description or detailed analysis can be noted. This field supports Markdown syntax. Also, URLs will be rendered as clickable links.
If Auto-analysis is enabled in your project, the reason description will be copied to similar issues the analyzer recognizes based on this analysis.

Bulk update

By selecting multiple defects and clicking Edit defects from the Actions menu, the defect type modal window will open in bulk update mode.


In bulk update mode, a warning is displayed in the Edit defect type modal:
Changing defect type and reasons of # selected tests.

This indicates that you are bulk-updating test analyses. Note that a bulk update overwrites defect category and reason for all selected defects. This action can not be undone.

Manual auto-analysis

When the project has conservative auto analysis configured, the defect type modal will show the Auto Analyze button, allowing to request auto-analysis for this specific defect. The auto-analysis will search for similar issues and report and prefill the defect type and reason if it finds a hit.

External defect registration

When a valid defect registration configuration is present, the Edit defect type modal window will display the Register Defect button. Clicking this button is a one-time action that allows to send the defect information to the configured external URL.

The registration call is expected to return a json response containing a URL to the created item. The json path to this URL, configured in the defect registration defect registration configuration is read when the response is received and the URL is stored with the defect.
The button in the modal window will now change to a Linked Defect button, that when clicked, opens the created defect in a new browser tab.

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