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Time of Test Run


#1

Is there any way to see the time as well the date in the list of test runs. Sometimes we run a test run several times in one day, and need to know which was run when.


#2

In the circled area at the top right - click on the left most (highlighted) area to get the details for each test run (on the Test Run and Results screen). I have a feeling your system has the right most highlighted and that just gives names of the run and who assigned to.


#3

Have tried all 3 display options, but none display the time, or even a dash as your screenshot does


#4

What version of TR do you have? Of you have a hosted (hosted by Gurock) then it is the newest version. Of your company self-hosts TR then maybe it is an older version though I can’t remember not having the info. Some of the screenshot has data removed - so the dash is part of the Run name.


#5

Thanks for your quick response.

I’m hosted by Gurock, so the software should be up to date???


#6

This has not been a good week for me. With a test run with more than 1 test case - what date would you want listed? If a test run has 100 cases then what date would you want to see. Really can’t list more than the date the run was created on the main Test Run/Results screen.

Once you click into the run however, you can configure the columns shown to be things like Tested By and Tested On. It can get crowded with the 3 pane view though depending on monitor size.


#7

Sorry you’re not having a good week. Just want to see the time - either started or completed


#8

This is a screenshot of how it could look when you click into a Test Run and add the Tested On field. Tested On would change whenever a new result was added. This would have to be set up for each test run if I remember correctly. If it had not been tested and its status was Untested then the Tested On would be blank but no way to show the time on the screen.


#9

My apologies about going round and round. It is like my mind completely skipped over the Time aspect and just saw Date and got fixated on that.


#10

Thanks for looking into it for me.


#11

Hi Simon,

Thanks for your post! If you click to view on an individual test within a test run, you would be able to see the execution time of the test including the date and time under the Results & Comments tab. It currently wouldn’t be possible to include the time in the table view of the test run, and the Tested On field would just provide the date, as @BGanger mentioned above. We’re also happy to look into this for a future update. Hope this helps!

Regards,
Marco