Test Runner Tab
The run toolbar is almost the same as that for the Run tool window, but features testing-specific buttons.
The left-hand pane shows the tree view of all tests within the current run/debug configuration.
The root node represents the test selected to run.
The nested nodes represent the hierarchy of test suites and test cases.
The leaf nodes represent the individual tests.
The status of each test is indicated by an icon. Double-click a node to open the respective test class or test method in the editor.
The testing toolbar provides controls that enable you to monitor the tests and analyze results. Some of the commands are duplicated on the context menus of the test tree nodes.
The output pane shows the output of the current test suit.
The inline statistics show the list of executed tests with the execution time of each test.
Tooltip and Shortcut
Rerun the current process.
The process reruns always in the same console regardless of whether this console is pinned or not.
Rerun Failed Tests
Rerun all failed tests.
If you press Shift and click this button, you can choose whether you want to Run the tests again, or Debug, for example, rerun the failed tests in the Debug mode.
Enable the autotest-like runner.
As a result, any test in the current run configuration tab restarts automatically on changing the related source code, without clicking the Rerun button .
The button is not shown for Mocha and Jest tests. To activate the auto-rerun functionality for these test runners, add the
Dump all threads of the current process showing their status in the Sun format.
Terminate the current process gracefully using in-process internal mechanisms. This button is available for GWT applications only.
Terminate the current process externally by means of the standard mechanisms.
Click this button to to have the changes to the current layout abandoned and return to the default state.
When this button is pressed, the current tab will not be overwritten; instead, the results of the next command will be displayed in a new tab.
Tooltip and Shortcut
Show tests that passed successfully.
Show the ignored tests in the tree view of all tests within the current run/debug configuration or test class.
Sort tests in alphabetical order.
Sort By Duration
Sort tests by duration.
Expand All/Collapse AllCtrl+NumPad Plus Ctrl+NumPad -
Expand/collapse all nodes in the test tree view.
These buttons are only available if the tested application contains more than test case.
Previous/Next Failed Test
Navigate between the failed tests.
Show coverage per test
Show the code coverage results in the Project tool window.
The button is available after all the tests are executed provided that code coverage is enabled in the current run configuration.
Export Test Results
Save the selected test to a file. In the Export Test Results dialog, specify the filename and format. If you want to view the test results later, choose the XML format.
Import Test Results
Click this button to view the test results that you previously saved in an XML file or the results that IntelliJ IDEA has kept in its internal history. The popup that opens shows a list of internally saved results of test sessions, each item is supplied with the name of the run configuration and a time stamp.
Click this cog button to access the context menu with the following options:
Test status icons
Test error. This status is assigned to tests that caused an exception from the tested source code.
Test failed. If at least one test receives this status, then all its parents are marked as failed.
Test in progress.
Test passed successfully.
Test terminated. This status is assigned to tests that were cancelled by clicking the Stop button . If at least one test receives this status, then all unfinished tests and their parents are marked as terminated.
Output pane toolbar
This pane shows output of each test, generated at runtime, including all the messages sent to the output stream, and the error messages. The following table shows the toolbar buttons and context menu commands available for the Output pane.
Tooltip and Shortcut
Up the stack traceCtrl+Alt+Down
Navigate up in the stack trace and have the cursor jump to the corresponding location in the source code.
Down the stack trace
Navigate down in the stack trace and have the cursor jump to the corresponding location in the source code.
Use Soft Wraps
Toggle the soft wrap mode of the output.
Scroll to the end
Navigate to the bottom of the stack trace and have the cursor jump to the corresponding location in the source code.
Configure printing out the console output in the Print dialog that opens.
Delete all messages for the selected test.
Context menu commands
View assertEquals Difference
Choose this command to show the Differences viewer for the strings being compared.
Run <test name>
Run the selected test with the current temporary run/debug configuration or choose another configuration from the subordinate context menu.
Debug <test name>
Debug the selected test with the current temporary run/debug configuration or choose another configuration from the subordinate context menu.
Run <test name> with Coverage
Run the selected test and collect coverage data in accordance with the current temporary run/debug configuration.
Create <test name>
Create a run/debug configuration on the base of the selected test.
Save <test name>
Save the temporary run/debug configuration
Jump to Source
Choose this command to move the focus to the editor, to the definition of a test class, or a test method.
Choose this command to open source code in the editor, but leave the focus with the Test Runner tab.
Navigate to testdata
If a test class has a file with testdata, IntelliJ IDEA selects this file in the Project tool window.