Viewing Checkpoint Results - WinRunner

You can view the results of a specific checkpoint in your test. A checkpoint helps you to identify specific changes in the behavior of objects in your application.

The procedure for displaying checkpoint results details varies depending on the report view you are using.

To display the results of a checkpoint from the Unified report view:

  1. Choose Tools >Test Results or click the Test Results button in the main WinRunner window to open the Test Results window.
  2. In the results tree, look for the checkpoint you want to check.
    • Failed checks are preceded by a red X; passed checks are preceded by a green check mark.
    • Each checkpoint node specifies the checkpoint type. All checkpoint nodes except single-property checks also list the name and iteration of the checkpoint, which helps you identify the node you want to view. For example:
  3. end GUI checkpoint (gui3:2)

    gui3 is the name of the expected results file for the checkpoint. The 2 after the colon indicates that this is the second time this checkpoint was run in the script (for example, the second iteration in a loop).

  4. Click the node for the checkpoint you want to analyze. Basic details about the checkpoint are displayed in the Event Summary pane.
  5. In the Event Summary pane, click the Show Event Details link. The relevant dialog box opens.
  6. Click OK to close the dialog box.

The remaining sections in this chapter describe the results information that is provided for various event types.

To display the results of a checkpoint from the WinRunner report view:

  1. Choose Tools > Test Results or click the Test Results button in the main WinRunner window to open the Test Results window.
  2. In the test log, look for entries that list the checkpoint you want to check.
    • Failed checks appear in red; passed checks appear in green.
    • The Details column displays information about the checkpoint that helps you identify each one. For example:
  3. gui3:2

    gui3 is the name of the expected results file for the checkpoint. The 2 after the colon indicates that this is the second time this checkpoint was run in the script (for example, the second iteration in a loop).

  4. Double-click the appropriate entry in the test log. Alternatively, highlight the entry and choose Options > Display or click the Display button. The relevant dialog box opens.
  5. Click OK to close the dialog box.

The remaining sections in this chapter describe the results information that is provided for various event types.


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