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Report structure

Delta Reporter tool has some great features available to you, please read the following guide if you want to know more!

Structure Overview

There are few main components that form the report, it's quite intuitive and easy to understand and follow.


Main page of the tool is the projects page. This page contains all the different projects your teams are working on, so that tests are nicely structured and easy to find.

Screenshot of Projects Page


After the project is selected, user is navigated to Launches page. This page contains all the test runs. Say, there was a release, and some UI tests were triggered by CI job. There will be a new launch created with your UI tests available there.

If then you run some API tests locally, you will see another new line of launches, indicating it was a local launch.

Great thing about delta, is that every element on the page can be configured and is not static.

Screenshot of Launches Page


After user selects a test run he wants to view, he is brought to the final page - suites and tests. Here is how it looks at the first glance: there is an expandable list of suites.

Screenshot of Suites Page

When a test is selected, a new view appears on the right. This view contains all the necessary information about your test in one place: logs, screenshots, test history and resolution.

Screenshot of Test Page

If you'd like to know more about our awesome features - go straight to - Delta Reporter Features