Testim Documentation

Welcome to the Testim documentation. You'll find comprehensive guides to help you get started quickly, example code snippets, and tips for being more productive. You will also find details about advanced features that allow you to customize Testim to fit your environment or special testing conditions. Don't worry, we'll support you if you get stuck. Let's jump right in!

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Debug console errors, access DOM

Debug using Chrome Console

You can use console.log(myVar) or use the chrome DevTools debugger to see errors while running the test (add debugger to the code).

Debug console errors and network

Testim records the console errors and network errors automatically. You can find it with on the top of the screen.
If there are no console logs, the link to the test log will not be displayed.

Note: The test logs will only appear on remote run on Chrome browser.

Debug by seeing the failed step DOM

When a step fails, we also take a complete DOM snapshot, so you can later debug.
Access the DOM through the failed step property panel:

Note:

  1. The DOM will only appear on Chrome browser runs.
  2. The DOM will only appear on failed steps.

Debug Step parameters

In the properties panel you can see in each step all the parameters used during the run. These parameters can help you understand what happened in each step during the run.

  • Incoming params: All incoming parameters that could be used in this step. Parameters can come from the exports in previous steps, from global exports carried out from previous tests in the suite, from data driven parameters, group / step parameters, etc.
  • Local exports: Export parameters created in this step.
  • Global exports: Global export parameters created in this step.

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Debug console errors, access DOM


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