testcafe-reporter-allure

Allure is a reporter for testcafe. It publishes visual reports for testcafe tests.

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testcafe-reporter-allure
This is the allure reporter plugin for TestCafe. This is used to generate allure visual reports for testcafe test execution.

Install

``` npm install testcafe-reporter-allure ```

Usage

When you run tests from the command line, specify the reporter name by using the --reporter option: ``` testcafe chrome 'path/to/test/file.js' --reporter allure ``` When you use API, pass the reporter name to the reporter() method: ```js testCafe
.createRunner()
.src('path/to/test/file.js')
.browsers('chrome')
.reporter('allure') // <-
.run();
```

Severities

The below severities are supported by this reporter. blocker, critical, normal, minor, trivial

Test meta data

To specify test severity, test id, story id, or run id, use test meta options. ```js test
.meta({
ID: 'test id',
SEVERITY: 'blocker',
STORY: 'story id',
TEST_RUN: 'test run id or identifier'
})
.before(async t => {
// before test code
})('Test description', async t => {
// Test code
});
```

Run id TESTRUN in fixture meta

Run id TEST_RUN can be specified in fixture meta. If run id is specified in fixture meta, it will discard the run id from test meta.

Environment

To add information to environment widget, just create environment.xml file to allure-results directory before report generation. ```js
<parameter>
<key>Browser</key>
<value>Chrome</value>
</parameter>
<parameter>
<key>Browser.Version</key>
<value>63.0</value>
</parameter>
<parameter>
<key>Stand</key>
<value>Production</value>
</parameter>
```

Executor

To add an information about your test executor create a file executor.json in your allure-results: ```js { "name": "Jenkins", "type": "jenkins", "url": "http://example.org", "buildOrder": 1, "buildName": "allure-reportdeploy#1", "buildUrl": "http://example.org/build#1", "reportUrl": "http://example.org/build#1/AllureReport", "reportName": "Demo allure report" } ```

Configuration

To override default configurationn, create a doc-allure-config.js file in the root directory of your project and put below content in that file. ```js const DOC
ALLURECONFIG = {
CLEAN_REPORT_DIR: false,
COPY_HISTORY: true,
RESULT_DIR: '/allure/allure-results',
REPORT_DIR: '/allure/allure-report',
META: {
STORY_ID: 'STORY',
TEST_ID: 'ID',
SEVERITY: 'SEVERITY',
TEST_RUN: 'TEST_RUN'
},
STORY_LABEL: 'JIRA Story Link',
STORY_URL: 'https://jira.example.ca/browse/{{ID}}',
TEST_LABEL: 'JIRA Test Link',
TEST_URL: 'https://jira.example.ca/secure/Tests.jspa#/testCase/{{ID}}',
labels: {
screenshotLabel: 'Screenshot',
browserLabel: 'Browser',
userAgentLabel: 'User Agent',
allureStartMessage: 'Allure reporter started...',
allureClosedMessage: 'Allure reporter closed...'
}
}; module.exports = DOC
ALLURECONFIG; ```

View report

After running testcafe tests, it should generate a folder allure/allure-results in your project root directory. Install allure-commandline module to your project. npm install -g allure-commandline Run below command to view allure report. allure generate allure/allure-results --clean -o allure/allure-report && allure open allure/allure-report