I have entered--alluredir=C:\Allure\Allure_Reports in the Eclipse -->Window-->Preferences.
Text and JSON files are generated in C:\Allure\Allure_Reports
I navigate back to Allure folder and on running the command allure serve Allure_Reports an error "The term 'allure' is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet" is displayed.
Please refer to snapshot attached
InstructorJaspreet Replied on 07/08/2020
There are two another ways you can access the reports if it is not showing report by directly going to the location
1. Open powershell from the start menu and then go to the location and give the command.
2. Open command prompt, write powershell in cmd and cmd will be turned into powershell, go to the location and hit the same command "allure serve foldername".
If this does not work, you need to remove the allure commandline from the environment variables and add it again. Restart your system and then use powershell or command prompt. For more information you may watch module 14- Pytest Allure Reports
Thanks for the Response. I tried the same steps as mentioned but still facing the same issue.
Is there any other way to overcome this issue or can i use any other reporting tool.
InstructorJaspreet Replied on 13/08/2020
Glad to know you tried all the steps, but if still the same error is coming then you have remove all the dependencies of allure from your system including the path variables and re-install it and give the system restart.
Thanks for the response. Now I am able to execute the command and Report is also displayed but no data is displayed in the report.
I am using the Allure Version 2.10.0
Please find the below snapshot
InstructorJaspreet Replied on 18/09/2020
The reason for getting this kind of report shows that there are no XML reports in the given folder to be converted to HTML reports. Kindly please check the XML reports generated in the folder by clearing the existing files from there and look for fresh reports being generated or not.
Thanks for the response. In the destination folder where the reports are generated only .txt and .json files are present. '.xml' files are not present.
InstructorJaspreet Replied on 19/09/2020
That is fine if the .json and .txt files are there. May be you are giving the command to generate HTML reports inside the folder itself. For eg: In my case , the reports are generated in D:\Jaspreet\Reports this location. So the command that I will give on powershell will be at the location
D:\Jaspreet and then command will have folder name in which reports are lying:
D:\Jaspreet -- allure serve Reports(just a example which needs to be followed)
If you will give the allure serve command inside the reports folder, then on powershell only you will see, Reports does not exists. Just try doing as the given scenerio above and the reports will be generated.
I tried all the above option but still it is not working....it is still saying
'allure' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.