The test reports will be stored in “C:\Users\< username >\.whiz\reports” on the user's machine
Log a Defect
If Test Case fails during execution, the user can Log a Defect using Bug Tracking Tool (Mantis/Jira/FogBugz).
This feature will function only if a user has set Bug Tracking Tool credentials in the Configuration section
Steps and Configurations
1. Click on from the Tool Bar
2. Select the Bug Tracking Tool & URL from the drop-down and click Connect
3. After successful connection, Post Bug screen will be displayed as shown below
Post a Bug
4. Select the respective Test Case from the left panel
Select a Project Name
5. Select Project Name from the drop-down
6. Enter the Summary
7. Select the Severity and Priority from the drop-down
Select a Severity
Select a Priority
8. Select the Assignee from the drop-down
9. Enter the detailed information about a bug into Description
10. Click on Submit button and a Ticket ID will be generated
11. Click Yes, to post another bug for the same Test Case
The user can post the same bug only once.
To prevent a duplication of bugs, the Submit button will be disabled in the Post Bug Window.
The user can send Test Reports via Email
Steps & Configurations
1. Click from the Tool Bar
2. Enter recipients email id in the To field
3. Enter Subject and Message Content and click to send the report
The user can receive instant test report execution status summary on the configured WhatsApp number.
Instant WhatsApp Test Execution Summary
The user must have Twilio account to send the report status to WhatsApp number.
Steps and Configurations
1. Twilio Account Setup Process
Create Twilio account from this link
After creating the account:Then the user will have to purchase a number from the Twilio site.
The number which the user buys from Twilio is your FROMWHATSAPPNUMBER to be added in the TestingWhiz configuration.
You can send messages to verified numbers in Twilio.
Follow below steps to verify the numbers in which you need to send WhatsApp message:
Verify Caller IDs on Twilio
As shown in the above screenshot, add the number and complete the verification process.
After verifying the number, the user will need to configure the WhatsApp Sandbox on Twilio.
Invite members to connect with your WhatsApp number.
For example, tell your members to save your Twilio number. Then your member will send the code to configure. See below screenshot for reference:
Verification Code on WhatsApp
From the above screenshot as you can see the member has sent a message to Twilio user for e.g. join author-turn in our case and Twilio sandbox configuration is done. Now, you can receive a WhatsApp message from the Twilio user.