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To achieve this, I created a (which is either Pass or Fail), a result Text (which is a custom description) and a URL for a screenshot (the use of which we will see later).For every test we execute in our Selenium script, instead of using the standard Test NG / JUnit assertions, we use our own reporting function.

In this tutorial we'll look at a better way out outputting HTML, rather than having to hardcode it in your servlet.For this, I used an extremely simple HTML template (yes, I was too lazy even to indent it properly): method simply clears all previous test results by emptying the List we use to store our test results.When we run our test, the following HTML report is generated: Here, we can clearly see that our test results are now available in a nicely readable (though not yet very pretty), which I originally recommended using to upload your servlet is being or has been decommissioned.There are lots of other options around though -- for example, try https:// which lets you set up lots of kinds of app server projects -- Java Tomcat included.It probably provides everything you're looking for.

Don't forget: reuse is always better than creating something yourself..

JSPs are another of the core building blocks of Java web applications, allowing you to combine HTML and Java seamlessly.

In this tutorial we'll look at the file; a standard config file that enables us to, among other things, map urls to servlets and JSPs in our applications.

I created a page with five HTML text fields, for which I am going to validate the default text.

Nothing really realistic, but remember it’s only used to illustrate my reporting concept.

In this tutorial we'll create a "hello world" Java servlet.