When you run your tests in the cloud, mabl captures a wealth of information to help you triage and diagnose issues on the Test Output page. This article explains how to use the Test Output page to investigate results, collaborate with your team, and integrate the results into your existing workflow.
The Test Output page consists of primary sections: a page header and detailed output.
At the top of the page mabl displays a minimum of six pieces of information about the test run, such as time of run, plan, and environment. Click on View all > for a full list of test run details.
Below the page header you can find a breakdown of the test run and investigate the output in more detail. The output depends on the type of test. See the following guides for more information about reviewing output:
Mabl Reporting API
For more information on retrieving test results programmatically, check out our resources on the mabl Reporting API:
The Test Output page also includes functionality that facilitates collaboration.
Click on the comment icon in the top right corner to add comments on the test run, such as links to related test failures, Jira tickets, or a specific PR that broke your tests.
Send comments to Slack
If your team uses Slack, you can configure the Slack integration to send a notification to a specific channel for new comments on test output. Click the header of the Slack message to go directly to the related test output.
In addition to collaborating on test output within mabl, the Test Output includes information to help you integrate your test results into your existing workflow in the More actions (
If you have configured the mabl integration for Jira, you can capture issue details in Jira directly from mabl test results.
Updated 6 months ago