Features

Reporting

The TestingBot Cypress CLI contains an option to generate reports from your Cypress Runs, similar to other reporters such as mocha-awesome.

To generate a report, please specify the --reporter flag:


Argument Shorthand Argument Accepted Values
--reporter -r You can choose to use the json reporter, or the junit reporter

JUnit Reporter

The JUnit reporter is especially useful if you intend to run your Cypress tests in a CI such as Jenkins.


Here's an example how to generate a JUnit report:

testingbot-cypress run --reporter junit

Most CI systems will be able to parse the report.
The CI can then show a list of specs/tests that you ran on TestingBot, together with information such as:

  • How long each spec took to run
  • Whether the spec passed or not
  • The full error message if a spec failed

By default, the reporter will output the report in a file called test-results.xml, in the same directory where you run the CLI command from.

You can choose to change the location of this file with:

testingbot-cypress run --reporter junit --reporter-options mochaFile=/home/user/reports/my-report.xml

JSON Reporter

The JSON reporter will output all data to a JSON file, similar to a report generated with mochawesome-report-generator


Here's an example how to generate a JSON report:

testingbot-cypress run --reporter json

By default, the reporter will output the report in a file called results.json, in the same directory where you run the CLI command from.

You can choose to change the location of this file with:

testingbot-cypress run --reporter json --reporter-options mochaFile=/home/user/reports/my-report.json