Printing Test Run results

You may often need to print Test Run results for various reasons. When printing you may choose to not print to physical hardcopy and opt to generate an electronic pdf version of the Test Run if you choose a PDF printer option.

The reasons you may choose to print Test Run results can be for either of the following reasons:

     

    1. Documentation: Printed Test Run results provide a tangible record of the tests that have been executed and their outcomes. This documentation can be useful for future reference, auditing, and compliance purposes.
    2. Review and Analysis: Printed test run results allow testers to review and analyze the test execution details, including test steps, actual results, and any issues encountered. This helps in identifying patterns, trends, and areas for improvement.
    3. Communication: Test run results can be shared with stakeholders, such as project managers, developers, and clients, to provide them with a comprehensive overview of the testing progress and any issues identified. Printed results can be easily distributed and discussed in meetings or presentations.
    4. Legal and Regulatory Requirements: In some industries, there may be legal or regulatory requirements to maintain printed records of test run results as part of compliance measures.
    5. Offline Access: Printed test run results can be accessed offline, allowing testers to refer to them even when not connected to the testing environment or test management tools.

    To print your Test Run from Vansah follow the steps below:

    1. Open your Test Run

    2. In the top right hand corner of the screen select More Options menu

    3. Click on Print

    4. Now you should notice the Test Run will be displayed in a Printer friendly version which contains all the steps, expected results and actual results.

    5. You can now send this printer friendly version to your Printer options by selecting the Blue Print button in the top right hand corner.

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