RubyMine 2020.3 Help

View and explore test results

After you run tests, the Run tool window displays progress and the results of your testing session. Here you can view statistics of the tests, navigate to the stack trace, show or hide successful tests, and more.

Test results

You can rerun and terminate the execution of tests the same way as you do it for running applications. In addition to the common running actions, you can:

Filter and sort test results

  • Show or hide information about the passed tests by clicking the Show Passed button.

  • Show the ignored tests by clicking the Show Ignored button.

  • Sort tests alphabetically and by duration using the Sort Alphabetically and Sort by Duration buttons, respectively.

  • Expand and collapse the tree view of test results using Expand All Ctrl+NumPad + and Collapse All Ctrl+NumPad -.

  • Navigate through the list of test cases using arrow keys.

  • Navigate between failed tests using the Next Failed Test and Previous Failed Test buttons or Ctrl+Alt+Up or Ctrl+Alt+Down keyboard shortcuts.

  • To jump to a test declaration, right-click it and select Jump to Source F4.

View results of previous tests

RubyMine automatically saves the results of 10 last tests. To view them:

  • Click the Test History button, and select the necessary tests from the list. For each test, the list displays the run configuration name and a time stamp.

    Viewing results of previous tests

    You can also export test results to a file if you want to keep them or share with them your team.

Export and import test results

Export test results

  1. Click Export Test Results button.

  2. In the Export Test Results dialog, specify the following options:

    • Export format: choose the desired output format (HTML, XML, or Custom, apply XSL template to have the results presented according to your own code style). If you want to open this file later in RubyMine, use the XML format.

    • Output: specify the target file name (File name), and directory (Folder).

    • Open exported file in browser: enable this option to open the exported test results in the default browser automatically.

    Click OK.

Import test results

  • To load the previously exported file, click Import Tests from File and then select the required XML file in the dialog that opens.

Last modified: 19 August 2020