I just use the File.new and File.puts to create the file, but I
believe Ruby even has a special csv gem for it.

On Apr 16, 9:34 am, George <george.sand...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Wow, I didn't even think about that approach.  What is your method of
> storing test results to a .csv file?
>
> On Apr 15, 10:21 pm, JArkelen <johnvanarke...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > I'm currently using watir to develop a end-user performance testing
> > tool (with x number of users generating http requests and 1 user
> > running a watir script and do the actual measuring). For reporting, I
> > store all raw data in csv files and then at the end of the test this
> > raw data is used to generate a html report, or a PDF report or an
> > aggregated excel file, or an excel dashboard or added to a mysql
> > database, based on the reporting settings. This way I can report my
> > test results in any kind of format I like, because it depends very
> > much on the specific situation what kind of reporting I want. The base
> > is however always the same: raw csv data.
>
> > On Apr 16, 12:57 am, Paul Rogers <paul.rog...@shaw.ca> wrote:
>
> > > if you look in Lisa Crispins book, page 323, there is an example of a test
> > > reporting app like you describe. This was written in rails and was in use 
> > > (
> > > and still is ) at financial internet company. Disclaimer - I wrote this 
> > > app
> > > ;-)
>
> > > I think there is a big opportunity for someone to write n open source
> > > version of this, many people like the idea. But it does depend on the 
> > > nature
> > > of your company. Where Im working things like that are interesting to the
> > > managers or development group.
>
> > > Paul
>
> > > On Wed, Apr 15, 2009 at 4:19 PM, Tiffany Fodor <tcfo...@comcast.net> 
> > > wrote:
>
> > > > Hi!
>
> > > > I've been using ci_reporter to generate xml reports of my Test::Unit
> > > > results (also works with RSpec) and then I use xsl to transform them
> > > > to html.  It's not the best and I'm working on better reporting in my
> > > > next framework.  I'll be using Rails, so I'll likely store results in
> > > > MySQL and then make reporting pages in the Rails app.
>
> > > > -Tiffany
>
> > > > On Apr 15, 3:56 pm, Jason Shelton <jas.shel...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> > > > > All,
>
> > > > > I have always used Excel as my test output/results format, but I would
> > > > like to enhance this.  I have spoken with our DBA, and, if necessary he 
> > > > will
> > > > create a table in our database for my test automation results.  What I 
> > > > am
> > > > asking is if you all can recommend any techniques and/or methodologies 
> > > > for
> > > > reporting your test results.  What worked for you?  What looks nice?  
> > > > As I
> > > > said, I have always used Excel, with the green or red cells(pass/fail), 
> > > > but
> > > > I would like to take my test results to the next level.  Thanks in 
> > > > advance
> > > > for all of your help.
>
> > > > > - Shelton
>
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