Right now I’m still a newbie evaluating the product but expect to license the commercial version for some real product tests. I’m still using the CE version even though I have the trial license for the full version. My bad in accepting the license.
Over the weekend I ran several tests and sent plots based upon manipulating result sets to my team. When asked the details of parameters used in a test run I quickly realized there was no way for me to identify the dataset used to generate a PNG file. They all simply referenced the testplan name which hadn’t changed between duts.
I looked at runtime options and couldn’t find a way to tag the dataset either with a date/time stamp when the run was started or while generating graphs. I haven’t seen any examples to name the SQL result set based upon the time of test or while running the test or post test. Thus the explorer simplyt shows a bunch of tests were run and all have the same identifier. I also realized there doesn’t appear to be a simple way to delete results from unwanted runs.
If explorer showed the time a test was started and how many records were in the data set that would be helpful. However I haven’t found such a view.