The Test Case Status tile shows the status of the recently run test cases of functional tests and provides information on the quality of your API. Like the Test Suite Status tile, it provides data for test cases run from test suites, and it also provides data for test cases run from the test case level.
The tile presents this information in a bar chart, where the horizontal axis shows test suite names, and the vertical axis represents the total number of test cases in a test suite.
Below is a sample view of the tile:
If you do not have a functional test, or if you have not run it yet, you will see sample data in the tile. To learn about creating functional tests, see Creating Your First Functional Test.
You can filter which test cases to show in the chart by selecting the checkboxes at the bottom of the tile:
Shows the results with failed assertions.
Shows the results with successful assertions.
Shows the results that do not have assertions.
For information about assertions, see Verifying Results.
By default, the Test Case Status tile shows test case and test suite information of all recently run projects. You can select a project whose data you want to be displayed in the tile from the drop-down list:
The Test Case Status tile shows recent data which is relevant to the time interval you set. Click in the top-right corner of the tile and select one of the options: Today, Yesterday, Last 7 days, Last 30 days, and Custom. By using the Custom option, you can set an arbitrary period.
To view a summary of a test suite, point to a bar in the chart:
To get details about a test suite, click a chart bar or right-click anywhere in the tile and select View Details. The Test Case Details window will appear:
The window contains a bar chart that by default shows the details of the test suite you have clicked and a table with the following data:
The names of test cases, test suites, and projects.
A test case status.
Possible values: Fail, Pass, Unknown.
The number of test steps in each test case.
The time taken to run a test case, in milliseconds.
The date and time of the last test run.
You can also view the details of each test case. To do that, click Open. ReadyAPI will open the respective editor.
Click or right-click anywhere in the Test Case Status tile and select Generate Report. ReadyAPI will generate and open the report. Use the dialog toolbar to save the report or print it.