Exporting reports to HTML format

When you export a test run and share it, people can analyze test data without using the test workbench. You can also email the test run or post it on a web server. The exported run can be displayed and printed from any browser. A test run contains multiple reports. You can choose to export any or all of the reports.

About this task

You can export a single run to a local directory or multiple runs in the compare mode to a directory. In addition to exporting a test run from Web Analytics, you can export it from the test workbench itself and from command line.

To export from the workbench, select a single run or multiple runs and click Export > Test > Performance Test Run Statistics as HTML application . To generate a single report comparing multiple runs, in the Export wizard, select the Generate a compare report check box and select a base run from the dropdown. To generate one report for each run, do not select the check box.

To export the run from command line, see the parameters in the Running a test or schedule from command line topic.

Procedure

To export from Web Analytics:

  1. Open the test run to export. The test run opens in an external or internal web browser.
  2. Click the Menu icon Menu, click the Share icon Share, and click Export Session to HTML.
  3. Select the type of report to export and click Export.
  4. When you export from the workbench, specify a path to the folder to save the exported report. Your current project is the default save location. You can create a folder outside of the project to store exported reports.

    When you export from an external browser, the report is compressed and saved to the default download location of the browser.

What to do next

You can now share the test run with others. You can also export the test run from command line.
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