Approved
Last Updated: 01 Nov 2019 05:22 by Ivan
ADMIN
Elena
Created on: 21 Mar 2017 16:10
Type: Feature Request
2
Specific customer result file fails to open and crashes Test Studio
1. Open the attached aiiresult file

Expected: To load the results in the Results viewer

Actual: The results viewer crashes 

Resources shared internally. 
3 comments
Ivan
Posted on: 01 Nov 2019 05:22
Hello,
I still need a fix this problem.
It is very inconvenient to split a test list to several ones and split test data files into several parts to cover all data.
It requires to make and support an additional tool/script to work with many test lists and test data files. It oppresses.

I would like you can redesign test results storing using linking a part of results to several parts of a report file. Or split. one report file to several ones. Or something else.

I really need to solve it because our project grows and temporarily solutions begin very unuseful at all.
Ivan
Posted on: 31 Mar 2017 02:25
Hello,
I agree that 120 MB is huge data. But this is a result of your applications.
I don't use unexpected methods. I don't use a hack.
Here
https://feedback.telerik.com/Project/161/Feedback/Details/214095-sample-projects-executing-same-scenario-in-different-approach-generate-quite-diff
I describe the reason for the huge data.
DSSNewItemsCreationSuite.tstest does not execute a lot of operations. The test includes data-driven tests (as a step) and a data source for the tests has a lot of rows. It is features of your software.
ADMIN
Ivaylo
Posted on: 30 Mar 2017 14:17
Hello,

We have investigated this behavior and we can say that the file is not corrupted, this behavior is due to huge data the result of the test DSSNewItemsCreationSuite.tstest is producing. Please note that this is 120MB text file and it is quite hard such enormous data to be properly serialized. We will investigate how we can overcome this behavior and avoid Test Studio from crashing. In the mean time as a workaround you can try splitting the DSSNewItemsCreationSuite.tstest into smaller tests if possible.

Thank you for your understanding and patience.