- A comprehensive test results report template prepared in a html format providing the overall summary with drill down of the test cases executed and effort spent during the testing for each stage and feature.
- It provides the details for the defects found during the run.
- It indicates the tests by color code - failed(red), passed(green) and skipped(grey).
- The failure can be analyzed with the stacktrace and screenshot(captures unless overwritten not to).
- The skipped tests can be analyzed with the given reason.
- Custom Messages allows users to add messages at runtime.
Sample HTML Report documemt
gauge install html-report
- Installing specific version
gauge install html-report --version 2.1.0
- Download the plugin from Releases
gauge install html-report --file html-report-2.1.0-linux.x86_64.zip
Build from Source
go get -t ./...
go run build/make.go
For cross-platform compilation
go run build/make.go --all-platforms
go run build/make.go --install
Installing to a CUSTOM_LOCATION
go run build/make.go --install --plugin-prefix CUSTOM_LOCATION
Note: Run after compiling
go run build/make.go --distro
For distributable across platforms: Windows and Linux for both x86 and x86_64
go run build/make.go --distro --all-platforms
New distribution details need to be updated in the
html-report-install.json file in the gauge plugin repository for a new version update.
The HTML report plugin can be configured by the properties set in the
env/default.properties file in the project.
The configurable properties are:
Specifies the path to the directory where the execution reports will be generated.
Should be either relative to the project directory or an absolute path. By default it is set to
reportsdirectory in the project
trueif the reports must be overwritten on each execution maintaining only the latest execution report.
If set to
falsethen a new report will be generated on each execution in the reports directory in a nested time-stamped directory. By default it is set to
Specifies the path to the custom theme directory.
Should be either relative to the project directory or an absolute path. By default,
defaulttheme shipped with gauge is used.
- Set to
trueif the generated HTML files needs to be minified. This helps avoid creating huge reports if the project suite is huge.
If report generation fails due to some reason, we don't have to re-run the tests again.
Gauge now generates a last_run_result file in the
.gauge folder under the Project Root. There is also a symlink to the html-report executable in the same location.
To regenerate the report
- Navigate to the reports directory
- run ./html-report --input=last_run_result --output="/some/path"
Note: The output directory is created. Take care not to overwrite an existing directory
While regenerating a report, the default theme is used. A custom can be used if
--theme flag is specified with the path to the custom theme.
This program is licensed under:
Copyright 2015 ThoughtWorks, Inc.