Last modified on October 21, 2020

The Past sessions screen stores the results of your past live testing sessions. To open the screen, go to Live Testing > Past sessions.

Here, you can view general information about a past live testing session such as device info, used and output files, the date and time when the session started and finished, who created the session, and the OS type used in the session.

To get more information on the device session, click Go to device session.

Past sessions

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Control Panel

The Control Panel widget provides details about a device session:

  • Device info – The tab shows information about the used device.

    Device info
  • Output files – The tab contains all generated and captured files from the test execution.

    •  – Click it to view the file.

    •  – Click it to download the file.

    •  – Click it to open the file in a new tab.

    Output files

Media

The Media widget shows all screenshots, videos, and device actions captured during the selected test. They are presented in the order of capturing. The media files are downloadable.

Screenshots

On the Screenshots tab, click a screenshot to view it. You can also click to download it or to rotate it.

Media widget: Screenshots tab

Videos

On the Videos tab, click a video to watch it. You can also click to download it or to rotate it.

Media widget: Videos tab

Actions

On the Actions tab, you can view all actions that were performed over a device during a live test session. Click a screenshot next to an action to enlarge it and see where exactly on the device screen that action was performed.

Media widget: Actions tab

Logs

The logs widget provides line-by-line information about the test run. It allows showing the different types of log data available from the test run. These include logcat, Appium logs. The logs can be searched by browser search or the widget’s own search box. For easier debugging the view can be enlarged to full screen.

Logs widget

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Performance

The Performance widget provides details of the test run for CPU and memory usage. You can click any given step/time to get more specific information about resource consumption.

Performance widget

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See Also

Getting Started With Live Testing

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