04-13-2012 09:31 AM
How to personalize your generation report ?
I want to make group/ungroup report.
Anyone got an idea about that kind of generation report ?
04-13-2012 10:31 AM
The best way (from my point of view) would be to override the test report callback. Then create a custom report using LabVIEW steps.
Another way would be to Browse the resultlist container to extract the needed infos.
Hope this helps,
04-16-2012 02:23 AM
Can you explain further how to create a custom report using Labview steps ? Is it working with .ini files ?
I am barely new in that Test Stand programming so forgive me my lack of knowledge.
04-16-2012 02:54 AM
I think you could use the step "Additional Results" in your sequences to customize your report.
Hope this help.
David S.| Certified LabVIEW Associate Developer
National Instruments France
04-16-2012 03:56 AM
I don't have hard yet to test that but it seems to fit my application. I let you know.
In Configure/Report Option i set up the following stylesheet ; expand.xls
That allows me to check my PASS/FAIL Sequnces in the format description above.
In my report i want to keep only my final test ; card is ok/nok. How to delete "if loop" pass/fail or "message" pass/fail report generation ?
04-16-2012 04:13 AM
Yes indeed, for each addtional results set up.
But the basic report contain If loop report. I want to delete them in order to display only card PASS/FAIL.
You can find attached the kind of report Test Stand provides. As i don't have my hard yet. The report should display nothing. Here it is checking if If loop have passed or failed. I don't want that in my report generation.
04-16-2012 06:14 AM
Hi, I found the answer !
You click on your step/properties/Run Options/disable Record result
I have a last question, how does the template window work ? Seems you have to import .ini files but what for, what is the use ?
04-16-2012 08:26 AM
Templates are used to store a step or variable or sequence that you will want to use repeatedly.
For instance I always create a Statement Step. Then I turn off the record results (as you have figured out). Then I place that in my templates. Then the next time I use a Statement Step I pull it from my templates. That way I don't have to keep turning off the record results. It is very rare that I record a Statement Step.
Hope this helps,
04-16-2012 09:28 AM
Thank you very much for that feedback.
Test Stand begin to be more and more familiar to me.
Is there a way to get a report which fill in automatically, PASS / FAIL / NOT TESTED YET
The cabinet i am working on got 4 controllers with 20 cards on each. (80 cards on the entire cabinet, 960 I/O)
I need that kind of functionality in order to be sure all I/O have been tested.
Any idea about this (using expand/collapse graphical viewer)?