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From senthil kumar <senthil_...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: In html report how can I display Class names.
Date Sat, 04 Feb 2006 00:12:39 GMT
Hi Kazuhito,

You are right. I modified
this to get a class name. But since these test classes
were wrapped into ServletTestCase I am getting the
class name as ServletTestCase. From the java doc I was
not able to identify exactly from where I can get the
original test class name. From testCase or Test object
the suite name or class name returned is not the
original class name. I noticed
getWrappedTestClassName() in
AbstractWebTestCaller.java will return the right class
name. Is that right? Or could you please advice me
where can I get this class name.


--- Kazuhito SUGURI <suguri.kazuhito@lab.ntt.co.jp>

> Hi Senthil,
> In article
> Thu, 2 Feb 2006 15:23:32 -0800 (PST),
> senthil kumar <senthil_cbe@yahoo.com> wrote: 
> senthil_cbe> 1. I am not using ANT to generate a
> report. Right now
> senthil_cbe> I am running my test cases from
> browser. I created a
> senthil_cbe> simple UI to display and run test cases
> for my
> senthil_cbe> application. 
> I see.
> senthil_cbe> Here I didn't see any class name, I
> beleive even if I
> senthil_cbe> modify the XLST unless there is an
> entry in the XML
> senthil_cbe> document it wont display the class
> name. So I need to
> senthil_cbe> introduce one more attribute class name
> while writing
> senthil_cbe> XML am I right?
> Yes, you are right.
> You have to customize
> class and XSL stylesheet if you are using
> ServletTestRunner.
> method is the first point to modify, I think.
> Hope this helps,
> ----
> Kazuhito SUGURI
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