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Reports Plugin
Usage of the plugin

Functional Reports

  1. 1.
    Click on the Reports plugin on the Avo Assure landing page.
Landing Page – Reports Plugin
2. Click on the ‘Functional Test’ icon from the left panel of the Report Landing Page.
Functional Test Screen – Reports Page
3. Select the Project, Release, Cycle and Module name/ Batch name (of the report to be viewed) respectively from a list of dropdowns available. Dropdowns are searchable so the dropdown content can be filtered based on the entered value.
Project, Release, Cycle and Module/Batch Selection – Functional Test Screen
4. On selecting the module/batch, the executions for the selected module/batch will be displayed. To view the reports, select the execution instance from the list of executions. These executions will be displayed in a sorted order (oldest to latest).
View Executions
5. On selection of the execution instance, its executed scenarios will be displayed.
Scenario List on Execution Selection
6. On hovering over any scenario, the following options will be displayed, respectively:
  • Export JSON
  • View HTML Report
  • Export PDF without screenshots
  • Export PDF with screenshots
Scenario Report Options
Note: On expansion of the scenario entry, additional information regarding its execution will be displayed.
On Expand Scenario Row
7. To download the JSON report of any scenario, click on the ‘Export JSON’ icon from the scenario options.
To Export JSON Report
8. To view the report on the browser, click on the ‘View HTML Report’ icon from the scenario options.
View HTML Report Icon
9. On click of the ‘View HTML Report’ Icon, the report of the selected scenario will be displayed in a new browser tab. The report will contain the following sections:
I. Download option at the top right of the report, allows to export the report in JSON, PDF or PDF with Screenshots.
Report Export Options
  • If the Video Report is available, a video icon to download the execution video will appear on left of download icon.
Execution Video Download Option
II. Result Summary (a collapsible panel) includes:
  • Scenario Name
  • Project
  • Domain
  • Cycle
  • Release
  • Overall Status (Pass, Fail or Terminate)
  • Start Date and Time
  • End Date and Time
  • Time Elapsed
  • Test Case Status (% will be displayed based on the test step status: Pass/Fail/Terminated)
Result Summary
III. ‘Test Step Table’ will be displayed with the following details.
  • Step No: Step number in sequence which got executed in every test case.
  • Description: Description of the operation performed in the step. A combination of Keyword and Input given in the Design Test Case Screen.
  • Time Elapsed: Time taken by the test step to complete.
  • Status: Status for each test step can be Pass, Fail, Terminated.
  • Jira Defect ID: Issue ID of the defect logged on Jira (if any).
Test Step Table
IV. Test Steps can be filtered based on status (Pass, Fail or Terminated). Test steps based on any status can be viewed using the ‘Filter by’ option. The test steps of selected status will appear in the test case section and the unselected ones will be filtered out.
Filtered by Test Step Status Report
10. On click of any test step, the user will be able to view the test step page for the selected test step. The test step page contains the following sections:
I. Step description (a collapsible panel) includes:
  • Actual Result
  • Expected Result
  • Time Elapsed by the Step
  • Comments
  • Jira ID along with Jira Login Button, once logged in, the session will remain active until the page is refreshed. For more information on Jira integration, refer here.
II. Screenshot: The Screenshot image for that Test Step.
III. Logs: The Logs Information for that Test Step.
Note:
  • In case of No Screenshots or Logs are captured, a message in the respective section stating “No Screenshot/Logs Available” will be displayed.
  • The Video/Download icon refers to the whole execution video/ whole report.
Test Step Page
11. The link to go back to the Test Case Screen is available on top of Step Description Panel.
Test Step Page
12. To download the PDF report of any scenario, click on the ‘Export PDF without screenshots’/’Export PDF with screenshots’ icon from the scenario options.
To Export PDF Reports
13. The PDF report will be downloaded in the system’s default download location. The PDF will contain the following sections:
I. Date and Time when the report was generated.
II. The result summary which includes:
  • Scenario
  • Cycle
  • Release
  • Project
  • Domain
  • Browser Type
  • Browser Version
  • Overall Status (Pass, Fail or Terminate)
  • Test Case Status (% will be displayed based on the test step status: Pass/Fail/Terminated)
  • Start Date and Time
  • End Date and Time
  • Elapsed Time
III. Test Step table will be displayed with the following details:
  • Sl No: Serial number of each row in the report.
  • Test Step No: Unique generated number corresponding to each test step in a test case.
  • Expected Result: Expected result which is provided in the details column of the test case authoring page.
  • Actual Result: Actual result which is provided in the details column of the test case authoring page.
  • Status: Status for each test step is displayed and on click of it will navigate to that particular screenshot within the same PDF.
  • Elapsed Time: Time taken by a test step to complete.
  • Jira Defect ID: Issue ID of the defect logged on Jira (if any).

Accessibility Reports

  1. 1.
    Click on the Reports plugin in the Avo Assure Landing Page.
Landing Page – Reports Plugin
2. Click on the ‘Accessibility Test’ icon from the left panel of the Report Landing Page.
Select Accessibility Tab
3. Select the Project, Release, Cycle and Screen name (of the report to be viewed) respectively from a list of dropdowns available. Dropdowns are searchable so the dropdown content can be filtered based on the entered value.
Select Project, Release, Cycle and Screen
4. On selecting the screen, the accessibility enabled executions for the selected screen will be displayed. To view the reports, select the execution instance from the list of executions. These executions will be displayed in a sorted order (oldest to latest).
View Executions
5. On selection of the execution instance, its executions for the selected testing standards will be displayed.
Accessibility Report Details on Execution Selection
6. To view the report on the browser, hover over the selected testing standard and click on the browser icon.
View Detailed Report on hover of testing standard entry
7. On click of the browser icon, the report of the selected testing standard will be displayed in a new browser tab.
Accessibility Report (Detailed) for Selected Standard
8. The opened report will have the following information:
  • Result Summary (a collapsible panel) includes:
    • Standard Name: The name of the selected standard.
    • Screen Name: The name of the tested screen.
    • URL: The URL of the tested screen.
    • No. of Rules Tested: These are the number of rules tested on the screen.
    • No. of Elements Tested: These are the total number of elements tested on the screen within the rules.
    • Browser used for Testing: The browser name used for the accessibility testing.
    • Result Status of the Elements: This is the percentage of elements passed or failed for the selected standard. On Hover it will show a tooltip depicting the percentage of elements along with the severity of it.
On hover of the ‘Result Status of Elements’
  • The ‘Rules Table’ will be displayed with the following details.
    • Sl No: Sequential number of the executed rules for the screen.
    • Description: Description of the rule.
    • Status: The status of the rule.
    • Impact: The impact of the rule.
    • ‘Proceed’ icon: To view the detailed information (on elements of the selected screen) of the rule.
  • The (Rule’s) Descriptions can be filtered based on the status or the impact. Rules based on any status or impact can be viewed using the ‘Filter by’ option. The rules of the selected status or impact will appear in the Rules section and the unselected ones will be filtered out.
9. On clicking the ‘Proceed’ icon for any rule, the user will be redirected to the Elements screen for the selected rule. The Elements screen consists of the following details.
Element Screen
  • Rule name
  • The ‘Element Table’ will be displayed with the following details:
    • Sl No: Sequential number of the element in the executed rules.
    • Elements: To depict the element type. These are collapsible rows. On expanding the row, the element’s HTML code will be displayed.
    • Status: Status of the rule on the element.
    • ‘Info’ icon: To view information such as the description, help and impact.
Expanded Element row
Element Popup
  • Collapsible screenshot panel (On hiding the screenshot panel, the Element Table will widen and occupy the screen space)
Element Screen with Screenshot collapsed