kandi X-RAY | HtmlTestRunner Summary
kandi X-RAY | HtmlTestRunner Summary
HtmlTest runner is a unittest test runner that saves results in a human-readable HTML format. This Package was inspired by unittest-xml-reporting and HtmlTestRunner by tungwaiyip and began by combining the methodology of the former with the functionality of the latter.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Update the Travis deploy password
- Prepend a line to a file
- Load yaml config file
- Save configuration to file
- Encrypt a password using the public key
- Load a public key
- Fetches the public key for a given repo
HtmlTestRunner Key Features
HtmlTestRunner Examples and Code Snippets
$ pip install "pytest<5"
$ pip uninstall -y pytest-yield
version: '3.7' services: selenium: image: selenium/hub ports: - 4444:4444 - 5901:5900 chrome: image: selenium/node-chrome-debug depends_on: - selenium environment: - HUB_HOST=selenium test:
class HTMLTestRunner(Template_mixin): def __init__(self, stream=sys.stdout, verbosity=1, title=None, description=None, logger=None): # CHANGE HERE # ... # CHANGE BELOW self.log_capture = None if logger
Trending Discussions on HtmlTestRunner
I have a selenium python automation test where i want to pass url of website as a parameter to function. I will be calling the function via command line.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-07 at 06:37
class my_automation_class(unittest.TestCase) def setUp(self): chrome_options = webdriver.ChromeOptions() chrome_options.add_argument("--headless") chrome_options.add_argument("--disable-gpu") self.driver = webdriver.Chrome(ChromeDriverManager().install()) self.url_link = args.url_link def test_my_automation(self): driver = self.driver driver.maximize_window() driver.get(self.url_link) //performs some operation after this if __name__ == "__main__": parser = argparse.ArgumentParser() parser.add_argument("url_link", help="display url") args = parser.parse_args() sys.argv.pop() unittest.main(testRunner=HTMLTestRunner(output='Reports'),exit=False)
I'm trying to replace all print statements from the old test framework with Python logging. I need to use a simple logging.debug('something') way to write records to both console and test report. I'm using a custom logger for each test module like this:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-29 at 19:50
It looks like the only good way to solve such an issue is writing a function which does 2 things: adds logs to console (I ended up with just using loguru - simple and clear) and prints the same message (the only purpose of that is to support old test reports). Of course it might look weird that someone needs output data in success reports as well but it's not my personal choice)
I´m looking for help for a specific problem. We´re writing testsuites, where a testcase contains a class which contains a function. This function is our testcase. The testcases are executed by a htmltestrunner. If some testcases test similar behavoiur for different parameters, we parameterize this testcase with help of the module parameterezy - to specify: with parameterize.expand which is a wrapper. Now, to do a more efficient logging we wanted to write a function in a seperate module which is called extended logging. This should work as a wrapper for the PARAMETERIZED function.
So that means: parameterized -> WRAPS -> advanced logging -> WRAPS -> testcase function
No I wrote the following code for my advanced logging function (only for debugging and testing):...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-19 at 15:10
I fixed the issue by adding @wrap(func) over my inner function:
Hi I am trying to add console output to a window created using PySimpleGui , It works Perfectly until I add html test-runner , can anyone suggest a method to use both of them at once...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-12 at 13:54
sg.Output.Widget, and again, set option
I am working on a
Selenium program using
Python where I want to delete a row in the
Excel sheet using
Openpyxl library. The issue is I don't know how to implement the delete function in my program. Below here have 2 classes,
AutoTest.py which is the testing class and
NewCard.py which is the class where I implemented
POM(Page Object Model). May I know how to implement the function to delete just 1 row in accordance with my program?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-24 at 12:28
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-24 at 06:44
I have already solved it by adding
__init__.py empty file inside the packages I've created.
Link can be found here: Python - Module Not Found
I was trying to test a simple login form with different cases. I used python,selenium,python's unittest library for testing and i am able to get test done by unittest library but how can i generate test reports for this ? I tried with HTMLTestRunner but it has bugs and i found it was written for python 2x version. A lot of libraries we not updated to python 3x. How can i generate report for following (to not make it look ugly i just posted two cases): My_code.py...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-14 at 12:16
Did you try by installing htmltestrunner for python3. Use below command to install:
pip install HTMLTestRunner-Python3
You can see update here: https://pypi.org/project/HTMLTestRunner-Python3/0.8.0/
Also , i presume you have removed code to generate html report from above. I am putting for reference purpose:
[as I created test suite and generate a test report using HTMLTestRunner (Also modified little bit by me) single test run twice.] for that code (test suite) is:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-10 at 09:39
You have the test runner code inside the test case - so your test will be executed by
unittest.main, and then again by your own testrunner. You can replace
unittest.main by your test runner code (and don't need
I have a problem. I want to click on
Zadanie 1 using Selenium here:
I tried xpath, partial links, link text and so on, but all the time I have error...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Apr-16 at 00:25
Try using a Selenium method other than
find_element_by_xpath. You can find elements of an xpath, jspath, inner HTML, etc
if __name__ == '__main__': if is_running_under_teamcity(): runner = TeamcityTestRunner() else: runner = HTMLTestRunner.HTMLTestRunner( stream=outfile, title='Test Report', description='This is an example.' ) unittest.main(testRunner=runner)
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Feb-18 at 11:01
Any ideas would be great :)
Looks like you'll have to handroll it, looking at the code TeamcityTestRunner is a pretty simple extension of the standard TextTestRunner, however HTMLTestRunner is a way more complex beast.
Sadly this is one area of the stdlib which is really badly architected: one could expect the test runner to be concerned solely with discovering and running tests, however it's also tasked with part of the test reporting rather than have an entirely separate test reporter (this test reporting is furthermore a split responsability with the test result, which shouldn't be part of that one's job description either).
Frankly if you don't have any further customisation I'd suggest just using
pytest as your test runner instead of unittest with a custom runner:
- it should be able to run unittest tests fine
- IME it has better separation of concerns and pluggability so having multiple reporters / formatters should work out of the box
- pytest-html certainly has no issue generating its reports without affecting the normal text output
- according to the readme teamcity gets automatically enabled and used for pytest
- so I'd assume generating html reports during your teamcity builds would work fine (to test)
- and you can eventually migrate to using pytest tests (which are so much better it's not even funny)
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