junitxml-to-javascript

1.1.4 • Public • Published

junitxml-to-javascript

Pluggable jUnit XML reports parser to JavaScript objects

Installation

npm install junitxml-to-javascript

Usage

Parsing XML report file

const Parser = require("junitxml-to-javascript");
new Parser({customTag: "GENERAL1"})
    .parseXMLFile("/tmp/passed.xml")
    .then(report => console.log(JSON.stringify(report, null, 2)))
    .catch(err => console.error(e.message))

Parsing XML report string

const Parser = require("junitxml-to-javascript");
new Parser({customTag: "GENERAL1"})
    .parseXMLString(`<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
        <testsuite name="1my.package.class.Something" errors="0" test="5" failures="0" skipped="0"
        timestamp="20171206T181624+0100" time="116.716">
            <properties></properties>
            <testcase classname="1my.package.class.Something" name="test00Monitoring" time="0.150">
                <system-out>
                </system-out>
            </testcase>
            <testcase classname="1my.package.class.Something" name="test01CreateJob" time="43.254">
                <system-out>
                </system-out>
            </testcase>
        </testsuite>`)
    .then(e => console.log(JSON.stringify(e, null, 2)))
    .catch(e => console.error(e.message))

Sample output

{
  "testsuites": [
    {
      "name": "1my.package.class.Something",
      "timestamp": 1512580584000,
      "properties": [],
      "testCases": [
        {
          "name": "test00Monitoring",
          "duration": 0.15,
          "result": "succeeded",
          "message": ""
        },
        {
          "name": "test01CreateJob",
          "duration": 43.25,
          "result": "succeeded",
          "message": ""
        }
      ],
      "succeeded": 2,
      "tests": 2,
      "errors": 0,
      "skipped": 0,
      "tag": "GENERAL",
      "durationSec": 43.4
    }
  ]
}

Basic API

New parser instance

 const Parser = require("junitxml-to-javascript");
 const p = new Parser()

New parser instance with custom modifier

You can add your own modifier function that will be called right after the XML data are transformed to raw JavaScript object using library xml2js-parser (transformed to match the output of the xml2json parser). This function:

  • will be given 1 parameter, the output of xml2js-parser parser
  • must be synchronous and must return object that will be further processed
     const Parser = require("junitxml-to-javascript");
     const p = new Parser({modifier : (xmlObject) => {
         const x = {};
         x.testsuites = xmlObject;
         return x;
     });

This is useful if your XML is not exactly as expected and you wish to preprocess

Parse XML string

const Parser = require("junitxml-to-javascript");
new Parser({customTag: "GENERAL1"})
    .parseXMLString(`<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
        <testsuite name="1my.package.class.Something" errors="0" test="5" failures="0" skipped="0"
        timestamp="20171206T181624+0100" time="116.716">
            <properties></properties>
            <testcase classname="1my.package.class.Something" name="test00Monitoring" time="0.150">
                <system-out>
                </system-out>
            </testcase>
            <testcase classname="1my.package.class.Something" name="test01CreateJob" time="43.254">
                <system-out>
                </system-out>
            </testcase>
        </testsuite>`)
    .then(e => console.log(JSON.stringify(e, null, 2)))
    .catch(e => console.error(e.message))   

Parse XML file with custom encoding

By default parser uses UTF-8 encoding. One can change that:

const Parser = require("junitxml-to-javascript");
new Parser()
    .parseXMLFile("/tmp/passed.xml", "utf16")
    .then(report => console.log(JSON.stringify(report, null, 2)))
    .catch(err => console.error(e.message))

Use time attribute from test suite instead of making sum of test cases for duration

By default parser uses time attribute of testcase element and sums all values to get total duration of test suite. However, sometimes it might be needed to use time attribute from testsuite element instead. One can change that by specifying sumTestCasesDuration to be false (default is true):

const Parser = require("junitxml-to-javascript");
new Parser({
        sumTestCasesDuration: false
     })
    .parseXMLFile("/tmp/passed.xml", "utf16")
    .then(report => console.log(JSON.stringify(report, null, 2)))
    .catch(err => console.error(e.message))

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