Once your test cases/test suites finish execution, you can review the results on the Log Viewer views.
Using the filter options, you can specify what type of logs to be displayed:
Show all the log messages.
Show only the log messages for information/reference.
Show only the log messages indicating that a step is successfully executed.
Show only the log messages indicating that a test step is failed to execute.
Show only the log messages indicating that some error has occurred at a given step.
Show only the log messages indicating that a test step is failed but accepted as warning.
Show only the log messages indicating that a test step is skipped.
Standard view vs. Tree View
The Log Viewer can be viewed in different modes: standard view and tree view. You can switch to tree view by selecting the Tree View toggle as illustrated below:
The Tree View display logs in a structural way that relates to how the test case/test suite organized. Additionally, users can now navigate to the respective step by selecting from the context menu as showed below:
While the test is being executed, the Log Viewer will be updated with real-time log messages, where the most recent log message is shown at the bottom of the view. Therefore, the Log Viewer is kept scrolling down during the test execution. However, users may want to keep the Log Viewer standing still so that they can verify certain log message. In order to stop this scrolling behavior, you can select Scroll Lock.