Test Case Status

Functionize offers cross browser compatibility, along with a color coding system to identify test case status. Browser compatibility includes: Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. Mobile Device support includes iOs and Android systems. 

Understanding Test Case Status

You will find the color coded test case status' under the Browsers column of your Project>>Functional Tests tab. See below:

Note: Functionize supports mobile device browsers as well. 


Test Case Status Key

Functionize displays a unique icon for every browser enabled for each test case. The following color coding system is then applied to offer the Test Case Status by browser:

           PASS - Test has passed.

           FAIL - Test has failed.

           TEST FAILURE NOTIFICATION - Sometimes displayed in order to give you an Issue Reason and further description of the test failure. To view the notification, click on the red notification bubble. 

            PENDING - The test case is queued for a virtual machine assignment. This usually occurs when the tests are set up to run sequentially. This status can also occur if a limit has been placed on the number of concurrent tests that can be run.

            INCOMPLETE - An issue encountered while executing on the virtual machine. This is due to the action performing longer than the expected duration time indicated in the test case.

          WARNING - A performance issue on the app being tested such as a long page load, javascript error, or a URL mismatch.
*You have the option to hover over the WARNING icon, then click See Details.  View the step, highlighted in pale yellow in the test case details. Marking this warning as OK will indicate the issue as  acceptable and not to be logged as a warning for future runs. See below example:

            Modeling Still in Progress - The test case is still in the modeling process.

           In Compatibility Review - (NLP Tests only) The test has run into a blocker and our engineers need to review and remedy the issues between the test and our system. While they review, the test is disabled for proper troubleshooting. Please contact the Support Team with questions about specific tests.