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Test Asset Retention

Your test assets, including videos, screenshots, and logs, are retained for 30 days. After thirty days, you can still view the Test Details page for information about your test, such as the test parameters and metadata, but these assets will have expired and been removed.

  1. Log in to Sauce Labs.
  2. Click Dashboard.
  3. Select Automated Tests or Manual Tests, depending on the type of test result you want to view. 
  4. Click the name of the test with the results you want to view.
    The Test Details page for your test will open.  
  5. Click Watch to view screenshots and video of the test. 

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    While you can watch videos of your tests, accompanying audio is not recorded.  

  6. Click Commands to see the API commands that were issued during the test.
    The Commands tab also includes controls for filtering the commands displayed and playing back the commands.
  7. Click Logs to see the logs generated by your test.
    The kinds of logs you can see are determined by the type of test you ran. For example, Web application tests will include a Selenium log, while mobile application tests will contain an Appium log.
  8. Click Metadata to see the metadata attached to your test.
    Some of the test metadata, such as Passed, can be updated via the the Sauce REST API. You can also download video and screenshots of your test in this tab. 

Mobile Testing Logs

The Appium Log tab in your test indicates that this test ran using the Appium driver. If you take a look at the Appium Log, you will notice that the first line of the log provides information about the Appium version used during your test , for example info: Welcome to Appium v1.4.0

For iOS tests, you'll notice that the iOS simulator log is embedded within the Appium log. The information from the iOS simulator is grayed out throughout the Appium log and has the tag name: info: [IOS_SYSLOG_ROW ].

For Android tests, you can find the Android emulator logs by clicking the Metadata tab in your test page and searching for the Logcat.log file. This file contains all the information from the Android emulator log.