Reporting settings

Reporting settings holds the settings for the reports Cycle will generate after running its tests. These settings are private and will not be shared as part of a Project, as highlighted in the screenshot below.

Reporting Settings

Local Reports

  • Output Directory - Sets the location Cycle should export its reports and any saved images from execution.
  • Produce web report - Turns on or off Cycle's creation of an HTML-based report of the results of tests run.
  • Write results to data store - Turns on or off Cycle's logging of execution results directly to a database connection.
  • Produce CSV report - Turns on or off Cycle's creation of a report in CSV format for analysis in external applications.
  • Send email summary - Turns on or off the sending of a summary report via email. It is recommended to have this turned off while writing or debugging tests to avoid excessive unwanted emails.
  • Include Steps in Group Test reports - Toggles whether to include Step information or only Feature and Scenario-level information in the CSV reports resulting from Group Tests.

Email Summary

  1. Sender email address - Email address Cycle with use to send the report summary to recipients.
  2. Recipient email addresses - Comma-separated list of email addresses to receive the email summary report.
  3. Host - The host domain of the sender email address.
  4. Port - The port number Cycle should use to send the email summary through this host.
  5. Protocol - The type of protocol to send the email. Cycle supports SSL, TLS, and Plaintext protocols.
  6. Username - The username associated with the sender email address.
  7. Password - The password associated with the sender email address.

Data Store Connection

  1. Connection Type - Toggles between either a JDBC or MOCA database connection.
  2. Database Type - Additional detail for JDBC connections, specifies whether the database is DB2, MySQL, Oracle, or SQL Server.
  3. Database Name - Optional field for specifying a name for the database in the connection string.
  4. Server URL - URL for accessing the server, should include port information when relevant.
  5. Username - Username for accessing the database.
  6. Password - Password for accessing the database.
  7. Test Connection - Attempts to connect to the database using supplied connection information.
  8. Create Database Tables - Creates the database schema that Cycle will use to log execution information. User must have access to create tables in database.

More info on data store reporting

Variable Blacklist

  1. Hide sensitive data from reports - Toggles on or off the masking of values assigned to sensitive variables specified in this section.
  2. Blacklisted Variables - The list of variables which should have their values masked in Cycle's output and all reports.

More info on variable blacklisting

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