Viewing the AutoTest report

Once the AutoTest run has completed (either stopped manually or the configured time to run threshold has been reached) you will be presented with the Report section, where you will be able to view the results of the run.

First up is the Overview tab, which contains a table displaying all the paths defined in the AutoTest profile's API specification, alongside their associated HTTP methods (verbs), and followed by the number of each class of responses received throughout the course of the AutoTest profile run.

Image of the AutoTest report tab overview

The API calls tab contains a more detailed view of every API call made by the run. The left side contains the list of the calls and their respective response statuses; the search bar lets you filter on the HTTP method, the path, and the response code; this should make it relatively easy to find specific requests amongst the potentially large number of API calls.

You can also get to the details view by clicking on any of the non-zero numbers in the overview table; this will automatically filter the list of API calls by the appropriate class of responses (or just the path and verb if the total tally is clicked on), as shown below.

Image of the AutoTest report tab api call view

Either of the two views lets you apply a global Errors only filter by interacting with the toggle in the top right corner, under the Save and Run buttons. This will apply a filter to both the overview table and the detailed API calls list so that they will either display only errored or all requests.

Selecting one of the calls from the list will render the details of that call on the right hand side. As seen below information such as headers and bodies for both the request and response is shown. This lets you closely exmaine precisely how a specific API endpoint had been called and the response the request received.

Image of the AutoTest report tab api call view