The Jobs tab shows the following information:
Note: The job number listed in the Job/Branch Details column is the latest job number assigned by the CI tool (for example Jenkins). Each bar in the Result History column represents the results for a different job number. If the CI tool resets the job numbers assigned (for example as a result of a re-installation or general reset), the Test Analysis view displays a new bar (and node) for equal job numbers if the start-time of the two jobs is more than 24 hours apart.
Clicking information in the Last Build Summary column or a bar in the Result History column opens the report in the Report Library. Clicking an icon in the right-most column opens the HeatMap for the job/branch.
The Result History bars and Duration History nodes are coordinated. Each bar represents the same job as the corresponding node. Moving the pointer over a bar or node displays a tooltip with the following statistic information:
The statistical overview shows the actual test results for the test run.
Each CI Job (see above) can also be divided into different branches that may, for example, define a different flavor of test for the features under test. If the tester declared a test run to be associated with a particular branch (by using the withBranch method or with the reportium-job-branch command-line parameter), then the job and its branches are displayed in the Branches by Job tab.
The tab displays a separate line for each job that includes:
Clicking the expansion button on the left or the job name opens a list of all the branches' history overview (similar to the job history overview described above), showing one line for each branch of the job.