Test Explorer is a panel that shows information relevant to test automation. You can use Test Explorer and its sub-panels to group tests together, perform debugging, or analyze activity coverage.
A typical Test Explorer panel shows all test cases and workflows within your test automation project. For example, if you have a data-driven test case, it shows up collapsed by default, with the number of variations placed under parentheses (e.g.,
- Studio version 2021.10.1+
- Testing activities v1.4.3+
- Test Explorer results information is session-based. This means that if you close Studio the information shown in Test Explorer will be cleared.
- The test cases are listed in Test Explorer based on an execution order.
To show only relevant information, you can use the Test Explorer toolbar to filter test results based on result state. Additionally, you can use multiple options to run the test cases again.
The following table lists the actions that you can take in the Test Explorer panel.
Run All in View
You can select multiple test cases before taking an action.
Run All In View: Run tests that are currently in view through all filters.
Passed Test Cases
Show only test cases that have passed.
Failed Test Cases
Show only test cases that have failed.
Not Executed Test Cases
Show only test cases that have not been executed.
Expand or collapse all test cases.
Clear execution results
Clear all execution results shown in the Test Explorer Panel.
Refresh the information shown in the Test Results panel. You can also use this action to populate Test Explorer with newly added test cases.
Filter by File Type
Choose what to show in the Test Explorer panel.
Filter by Editing Status
Choose whether you want to show in progress test cases or workflows that have been ignored from execution.
Filter by Display Options
Choose whether to show activity coverage or execution time.
Filter by Covered/Uncovered Activities
Choose whether to show in the Designer panel the activities that have been covered during the execution.
Use the search function to look for test case names.
Updated 8 months ago