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Test dashboard table view details
Published On Jun 13, 2024 - 11:04 AM

Test dashboard table view details

This topic presents information about the contents of the technical services Test table.
A new dialog appears with technical service details when you click on a technical service from the table view. The following elements are displayed in the dialog the table calls:
  • The
    Test Detail
    plus the name of the technical service in question.
  • The
    Tool Engine
    name with URL that will navigate when selected to the tool engine to check additional details and the
    Test Type
    .
  • Two tabs that display different Test information:
    Activity
    and
    Historical details
    .
  • The next item in the technical service details view is a time frame with the following selections:
    • 1D
      (1 Day, last 24 hours)
    • 7D
      (Last 7 Days)
    • 14D
      (Last 14 Days)
    • 2M
      (Last 2 Months)
    • 3M
      (Last 3 Months)
    • 6M
      (Last 6 Months)
    • Custom duration
      (A custom date range within 6 months)
  • Once you select the time frame, you can click one of the following elements to show data for the specified timeframe:
Activity
The
Activity
tab introduces two widgets with bar graphs that present different data about Tests. The widgets in the Activity tab are described as follows:
Test status
Test Status represents the total of all tests executed for the selected period. The Test Status bar graph provides data for
Passed
Tests within a specific timeframe.
The Test Status graph presents two axes that represent data described as follows:
  • The X-Axis (Duration):
    The X-axis corresponds to the timeframe in which tests took place. By hovering over the graph, as well as by placing the cursor right above a bar, in alignment with the center of it, the following data is presented:
    • Group:
      Corresponds to the Unit Tests group.
    • Range:
      Date of the execution of the tests.
    • Value:
      A total number of tests executed in a determined timeframe.
  • Y-Axis (Total Tests):
    The Y-axis corresponds to the total number of Tests that passed for the selected timeframe.
Test duration
Test Duration represents the average duration for all tests executed for the selected timeframe.
The Test Duration graph presents two axes that represent data described as follows:
  • The X-Axis (Duration):
    The X-axis corresponds to the timeframe in which tests took place.
    By hovering over the graph, the following data is displayed:
    • Group:
      Corresponds to the Unit Tests group.
    • Range:
      Date of the execution of the tests.
    • Value:
      A total number of tests executed in a determined timeframe.
  • Y-Axis (Execution Duration Average in Seconds):
    The Y-axis corresponds to the total execution time for Tests measured in seconds.
Historical details
The
Historical details
the tab provides details about
Test executions
. The data is presented in a tabular form, and each row in the table displays information for a specific technical service, separated by columns of information type:
  • Execution date:
    The date and time when the Test was executed.
  • Failed:
    The total number and percentage of Tests in the Failed category or group.
  • Skipped:
    The total number and percentage of Tests in the Skipped category or group.
  • Passed:
    The total number and percentage of Tests in the Passed category or group.
  • Total:
    The total number of Tests.
  • Code smells:
    The amount of code that possibly indicates a deeper problem.
  • Bugs:
    The number of Bugs found in the code.
  • Release:
    Release that is associated with the executed tests.
  • Environment:
    An instance of the application where tests were executed.
  • Duration:
    The total time a Test took to be executed.
The
Test executions
the table displays data regardless of the timeframe selected. All columns in this table can be sorted, and above this table, you will find a
Settings
  icon that allows changing the table settings to show or hide pre-selected columns
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