Understanding a Test Result Status

A Test Case is linked to a Test Result based on the Test Properties used to run your Test. You will be able to search Test Cases based on the Test Result Status. To configure Test Result options follow these steps in the article : “Configuring Test Result Options“.

When you execute a Test Case in Vansah, the Test Result can be either one of the following Status.

IDResult
0[N/A]  
1[FAILED] 
2[PASSED]
3[UNTESTED]
4[N/A-IN PROGRESS]
5[FAILED-IN PROGRESS]
6[PASSED-IN PROGRESS]
  • An In Progress (N/A, FAILED, PASSED)¬†Status is automatically set to indicate a Test Case that has step/s (Test Script) is still in progress.
  • A Test Case Status = PASSED-IN PROGRESS, means that the Test Case is still running however it is PASSING up to the current point.
  • A Test Case status = FAILED-IN PROGRESS, means that the Test Case is still running however it is FAILING up to the current point.
  • A Test Case Status = N/A-IN PROGRESS, means that the Test Case is still running but no Test Step has Passed or Failed up to the current point.
  • N/A is a status that can be used to ignore the Test Case result however it is used to indicate that the Test Case has been executed.
  • PASSED is a status which represents all Steps (if it has a script) have Passed and the Test has completed.
  • FAILED is a status which represents all Steps (if it has a script) have Failed and the Test has completed.

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