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Geci
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Save a report for one module in a separate folder

Post by Geci » Tue Mar 24, 2020 10:28 am

Hello,

i would like to save a report for a single module in addition to the report for the entire run.
how can you implement this?

Sincerely yours
GeCi

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Re: Save a report for one module in a separate folder

Post by odklizec » Tue Mar 24, 2020 11:34 am

Hi,

I'm afraid there is no such option in Ranorex? So all you can probably do, is to write your own report logger. But this would most probably require a lot of coding? ;)

Another possibility is to create a feature request here:
https://uservoice.ranorex.com/forums/15 ... ve-ranorex
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Re: Save a report for one module in a separate folder

Post by Geci » Tue Mar 24, 2020 8:38 pm

Hello,

many thanks for the help.

I solved it with an own logger.

Example:

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public sealed class CustomLogger : IReportLogger, IDisposable
{
	private readonly string _fileName;
	private readonly string _testName;
	private XmlWriter _xmlWriter;

	public CustomLogger(string fileName, string testName)
	{
		_fileName = fileName;
		_testName = testName;
	}

	public void Start()
	{
		XmlWriterSettings settings = new XmlWriterSettings { Indent = true, OmitXmlDeclaration = true };
		_xmlWriter = XmlWriter.Create(_fileName, settings);
		_xmlWriter.WriteDocType("html", null, string.Empty, null);
		_xmlWriter.WriteStartElement("html");
		_xmlWriter.WriteStartElement("head");
		_xmlWriter.WriteStartElement("meta");
		_xmlWriter.WriteAttributeString("charset", "UTF-8");
		_xmlWriter.WriteEndElement();
		_xmlWriter.WriteElementString("style",
			"table {font - family: arial, sans - serif;border - collapse: collapse;width: 100 %;}" +
			"td, th {border: 1px solid #dddddd;text - align: left;padding: 8px;}" +
			"tr:nth-child(even) {background - color: #dddddd;}");
		_xmlWriter.WriteElementString("title", $"Test {_testName}");
		_xmlWriter.WriteEndElement();
		_xmlWriter.WriteStartElement("body");
		_xmlWriter.WriteStartElement("table");
	}

	public void End()
	{
		_xmlWriter.WriteEndElement();
		_xmlWriter.WriteEndElement();
		_xmlWriter.WriteEndElement();
	}

	public void LogText(ReportLevel level, string category, string message, bool escape, IDictionary<string, string> metaInfos)
	{
		WriteRow(level, category, message, null);
	}

	public void LogData(ReportLevel level, string category, string message, object data, IDictionary<string, string> metaInfos)
	{
		WriteRow(level, category, message, data);
	}

	public bool PreFilterMessages { get; set; }

	private void WriteRow(ReportLevel level, string category, string message, object data)
	{
		_xmlWriter.WriteStartElement("tr");
		if (level == ReportLevel.Failure || level == ReportLevel.Error)
		{
			_xmlWriter.WriteAttributeString("bgcolor", "#f58c8c");
		}
		else if (level == ReportLevel.Success)
		{
			_xmlWriter.WriteAttributeString("bgcolor", "#a7ec89");
		}
		else if (level == ReportLevel.Warn)
		{
			_xmlWriter.WriteAttributeString("bgcolor", "#f6c241");
		}

		WriteTableCell(level.ToString());
		WriteTableCell(category);
		WriteTableCell(message);

		if (data != null)
		{
			if (data is Bitmap bitmap)
			{
				_xmlWriter.WriteStartElement("img");
				using (MemoryStream memoryStream = new MemoryStream())
				{
					bitmap.Save(memoryStream, ImageFormat.Png);
					byte[] byteImage = memoryStream.ToArray();
					var base64 = Convert.ToBase64String(byteImage);
					_xmlWriter.WriteAttributeString("style", "vertical-align: bottom;");
					//_xmlWriter.WriteAttributeString("width", "100%");
					//_xmlWriter.WriteAttributeString("height", "100%");
					_xmlWriter.WriteAttributeString("src", $"data:image/png;base64,{base64}");
				}
				_xmlWriter.WriteEndElement();
			}
			else
			{
				throw new NotSupportedException($"{data} is not supported");
			}
		}

		_xmlWriter.WriteEndElement();
	}

	private void WriteTableCell(string cellContent)
	{
		_xmlWriter.WriteStartElement("td");
		if (!string.IsNullOrEmpty(cellContent))
		{
			_xmlWriter.WriteRaw(cellContent);
		}
		_xmlWriter.WriteEndElement();
	}

	public void Dispose()
	{
		_xmlWriter?.Dispose();
	}
}
And in the method "ITestModule.Run()" i use "Report.AttachLogger(customLogger);" and "Report.DetachLogger(customLogger);". In my first attempts this seems to work very well.

Sincerely yours
GeCi

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Re: Save a report for one module in a separate folder

Post by odklizec » Tue Mar 24, 2020 8:47 pm

Hi,

Cool! Thanks for sharing your solution! ;)
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