8. Run the Test

Applies to ReadyAPI 3.5, last modified on December 29, 2020

You have completed all necessary preparations, and now you can run your test.

Modify the test case settings

By default, the test case run stops if any assertion fails in one of the test steps. For this tutorial, you need to change this behavior.

  1. Click .

    ReadyAPI: Configuring the test case

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  2. You need to configure the test case to keep running when an assertion fails, but fail the test case if that happens.

    Disable Abort on Error.

    ReadyAPI: The test case options

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  3. Enable Fail test case on error.

  4. Click OK.

Run the test and view the results

To run the test, click on the test case toolbar.

ReadyAPI: The test case

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While the test case is running, you can see the details in the transaction log.

ReadyAPI: Opening the transaction log

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To open it, click Transaction Log on the test case toolbar.

Here, you can see the run details.

ReadyAPI: The transaction log

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Note: You have not added assertions, so the assertion status is [UNKNOWN] for all iterations.

In this tutorial, you have learned how to read data from a MySQL database. You can use the same approach for Microsoft SQL and other databases.

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