Mabl lets users view their entire test output at once, but it's also helpful to be able to quickly and accurately identify the various messages that mabl includes in the test output feed. On this page you can find what each message means. Mabl will also show you individual test steps as part of the view output.
One of mabl's most useful features is the ability to detect changes between the original baseline test and the current test. You can swap between the current and baseline views to determine exactly what changed.
When mabl fails to load a certain page, it will post an error message to the test output while still continuing through the test.
When mabl encounters various non-working elements, such as broken links, they will be logged in the test output page.
This message simply describes to you, the user, what actions mabl is taking in your test. This will usually be your most common message.
When mabl successfully completes major steps in your test, those messages will be added to your test output page.
Updated 7 months ago