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Last updated: Feb 20, 2019 22:51

Accessing the Reporting Portal

From UI Landing Page

After logging in to Perfecto CQ Lab at: https://<CQLab>, you will see the UI Landing Page:

Click on the DigitalZoom icon and you will enter the Reporting Portal.

Viewing the Reports

When logging into the Reporting Portal, your test results are presented with four tabs (see in red box below), that present different views of the result data:

  • CI Dashboard - Displays the history of the test results, grouped based on the CI jobname identifier.
  • Heatmap - gives a graphic overview of different cross-sections of the test results. Test results can be grouped by two levels of characterizations - devices or specific tags. The different groups are color-coded based on the distribution of "passed" or "failed" tests.
  • Report Library - presents a grid listing of all test reports for the Perfecto Lab. The listing may be filtered to focus on the set of tests with a particular tag. The tags may be the execution-level context tags or the specific test tags.
  • Admin - tab that supports performing different administration level tasks. This tab is active only for users with administration privileges.

In addition, you can drill down to view the Single Test Report (STR) for a specific test.

The following pages detail the different views offered by each of these tabs:

Group/Filter Sidebar

The Heatmap and Report Library views support a sidebar panel on the right side of the window. The sidebar supports:

  • Saving custom views -
    • After selecting parameters from the Grouping or Filtering parameters (see below) to receive a sub-set of the set of available test reports, you can save this set of parameter selections as a custom view. Using the custom view allows you to -
      • Understand the progression of the test results, by viewing sets of comparable test reports but from different time frames.
      • Share a focused view with other users.
    • To save the set of selected parameters as a custom view - From the header of the sidebar -
    • To switch to a custom view - Click the current view name in the upper left corner of the view to open the menu
    • To delete or share the custom view - use the icons in either the view selection menu or the sidebar's view menu.

  • Filtering the reports displayed based on any combination of the following parameters -
    • When the test was run - using the Time Frame selection - select a range of dates, where the default is to only display tests run in the past 24 hours..
    • Specific test information -
      • Tags assigned to the tests.
      • Custom Field values assigned to the tests.
      • Device identification used by the tests.
        • Device ID
        • Operating System
        • Browser
        • Form factor - select to view only the tests run on Mobile devices or Desktop Web devices.
      • Continuous Integration Job information
    • Final reported Status of the test - select to show only the tests that Failed, Passed, or final status is Unknown.
  • Grouping - Jobs can be grouped by the following parameters:

    • Browser
    • Device ID
    • Device model
    • Form factor
    • Job name
    • Operating system of the device
    • Project name
    • Project version
    • Resolution of the device display
    • Status of execution
    • Tags
    • Custom Field values.
    • Test

    You can select two levels of groupings, where the second grouping will be applied within each group (by the first parameter).

    Note: When grouping the Heatmap view by Job name - executions that did not provide the job information are not included in the Heatmap display, although they are still available as STR.