Output File

When the outputfile parameter is used, the command line will attempt to create the specified file and overwrite the contents. If the file cannot be accessed, an error message will display, but execution will proceed. This may occur for the following reasons:

Output File Format

The file that is created is a text file where each line represents a script that was executed. Each line contains a number of fields separated by a tab character (0x9). This is the TXT format that is used in Microsoft Office Excel.

Output File Fields

Field Description
Script name This is either a .NET or Visual test script.
Project The project that the script exists within. If no project is specified in the command line, "Common" is shown here.
Run Environment The name of the run environment that was used to execute the script. This field is empty if the default run environment was used.
Total Verifications The total number of verifications that were executed by the script.
Verifications Passed The number of verifications that passed
Verifications Failed The number of verifications that failed.
Script Status The status of the script.
Playback Error Contains the playback error message. This is empty if no playback error is detected.
Browser The name of the browser that was supplied when the script was executed.
Connection String The connection string to a mobile device or a remote location.
Script parameters If the script takes parameters they are listed here in pairs of fields. The name of the parameter in one field and the value in the next.