Command Data Reports
Chapter 12 - Reporting Performance Testing Results
Command Status Reports
Command Status reports show the total number of times a command has run, how
many times the command has passed, and how many times it has failed. If the
response that you received is the same or is expected, TestManager considers that the
command has passed; otherwise, TestManager considers that it has failed.
Command Status reports reflect the overall health of a suite run. They are similar to
Performance reports, but they focus on the number of commands run in the suite.
Command Status reports are useful for debugging, because you can see which
commands fail repeatedly and then examine the related test script.
To define a new Command Status report:
Reports > New > Command Status
The following figure shows an example of a Command Status report. This report
shows that command 1 (command ID Delete~6.001) ran 3 times and did not fail, and
command 4 (command ID Initial~2.001) ran 10 times and did not fail.