Report Library

The Report Library presents a detailed overview of the tests run within a selected period of time, including:

  • Statistical information for all listed tests
  • Historical breakdown of when tests failed
  • Table of all selected tests, including information on the parameters of the test run

For information on how to filter and group the view, see Focus on what's important to you.

This figure shows the Report Library grouped by device model.

Overview

The following sections explain how to read and use the different parts of the Report Library view.

Focus on what's important to you

The following sections explain how you can group and filter information in the Report Library to narrow your focus on the details you need to see. For additional information, see Group of filter reports.

Update multiple failure reasons

Perfecto lets you update the failure reason for up to 1000 reports at once. Such a bulk update is helpful if several reports failed for the same reason. Applying the same failure reason to such reports enhances failure analysis and eases the investigation.

Watch this short video to see how to perform a bulk-update. Detailed steps follow.

If you only need to update the failure reason for a single report, you can do this in the Single Test Report.

To update multiple failure reasons:

  1. Click the FAILED category to display the list of failed tests.

  2. On the toolbar that appears above the table, click Set failure reason.

  3. From the list that opens, select the failure reason to set.

  4. Confirm the selection.

Export content to a CSV file

You can export the content of the Report Library to a comma-seperated values (CSV) file based on the selected filter parameters. For example, if you have selected a filter that includes 1,000 tests, the resulting CSV file will include:

  • An entry for each of these tests (while the Report Library may only display 50 of these tests at once)

  • All available columns (and not only the columns displayed in the Report Library)

  • Additional columns, such as owner, project name, and project version

  • The start time in UTC

  • Columns with multiple values (concatenated by comma), such as tags or the platform or device ID for tests executed on multiple platforms or several devices

Note

To be able to open the file properly, make sure to use a comma as a separator between list items. If your machine is set up to use a different List Separator (Windows) or Decimal Seperator (Mac), such as a colon or semi-colon, you must change that separator to a comma.

Watch this short video to see how it works. Detailed steps follow.

For information on downloading a CSV file through the API, see CSV files.

To export to a CSV file:

  • Click the download icon  above the table.