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Viewing unit test reports


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View a graph with test pass rate trend data, a summary of Pega unit tests that were run, and an overview of Pega unit test compliance for currently included applications on the Reports tab on the Unit Testing landing page.

By default, a test case is considered as executed if it ran in the last 7 days. You can change the number of days for which a test can be considered executed on the Application: Quality Settings landing page. The overview also includes the percentage of rules on which Pega unit test cases are configured. View Pega unit test reports to check the quality of your application and identify rules that did not pass Pega unit testing.

  1. In the header of Dev Studio, click Configure Application Quality Automated Testing Unit Testing Reports .

  2. Optional:

    To filter information by more than one criterion, click the Advanced filter icon.

  3. Optional:

    Generate and export a report for test coverage and test runs for a rule type.

    1. For the rule type for which you want to export a report, click a number in the column of the table for either pie chart.

    2. Click Actions.

    3. Click Export to PDF or Export to Excel.

  • Changing application quality metrics settings

    The Application Quality settings provides configurable options related to quality metrics. You can change the default settings for metrics displayed to meet your business needs.

  • Viewing application quality metrics

    Quickly identify areas within your application that need improvement by viewing metrics related to your application's health on the Application Quality dashboard.

  • Viewing test details and results on the Application:Unit testing landing page

    On the Application: Unit testing landing page you can run unit test cases and test suites that are not marked as disabled, and view reports to check the quality of your application to identify rules that did not pass unit testing.

  • Viewing unit tests without rules

    On the Application: Unit testing landing page you can display a list of unit tests that are not associated with any rule and export this list to an XLS or a PDF file. You should deactivate these unit tests because they will always fail.

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