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View test case reports in Katalon TestOps

You can manage test cases in Katalon TestOps to evaluate test case quality and visualize how the test case quality improves or worsens over time.

By doing so, your team can spot weak points in your software or application deployment.

With test management, you can also estimate the time it will take to perform all your automated tests. This is useful in the production stage, especially if you release critical updates.

To help you manage test cases effectively, Katalon TestOps categorizes test cases into the following types:

  • Active test cases
  • Stale test cases
  • Slowest test cases
  • Flaky test cases

For a definition of each type of test cases, see TestOps Formulas.

View active test cases reports

To view active test cases reports, do as follow:
Go to Reports > Test Cases > Active.
View active test cases reports
You can see all test cases with their most recently executed test runs here. You can click on an active test case to see its summary.

View stale test cases reports

To view stale test cases reports, do as follows:
Go to Reports > Test Cases > Stale.
View stale test cases reports
You can see the list of test cases which are outdated or no longer maintained. You can review these test cases to decide whether they need to be updated.

View slowest test cases reports

To view slowest test cases reports, do as follows:
Go to Reports > Test Cases > Slowest.
View slowest test cases reports
You can see the list of all Test Cases which have the longest average durations.

View flaky test cases reports

To view flaky test cases reports, do as follows:
Go to Reports > Test Cases > Flaky.
View flaky test cases reports
You can see the details of flaky test cases here. Katalon TestOps allows you to investigate deeper into the root causes of test flakiness, and assist with debugging.

View test cases platform coverage

  • You need to subscribe to Katalon TestOps Business or Katalon TestOps Enterprise plan. To request a trial, see TestOps Trial Plans.

To view test cases platform coverage, do as follows:
Go to Reports > Test Cases > Platform Coverage.
Platform coverage in test cases
You can review test case quality based on operating systems and browsers. You can view quality changes on a weekly or monthly time scale.