What is the purpose and usage of Testconfig.project.name in Playwright?


Using Testconfig.project.name in Playwright

Testconfig.project.name is a handy feature in Playwright that lets you set a name for your test projects. This name appears in the test report and during test execution, helping you identify which project each test belongs to.

Configuring Testconfig.project.name

To use this feature, you need to set it up in the playwright.config.ts file. Here's an example:

import { PlaywrightTestConfig } from '@playwright/test';

const config: PlaywrightTestConfig = {
  projects: [
      name: 'Project Name',
      // other configurations...

export default config;

Once you've set up your projects, you can run tests on all projects or just a specific one.

Why Use Testconfig.project.name?

Using Testconfig.project.name is a great way to keep your test results organized. It groups them based on their respective project names, making it easier for you and your team to review the results. It's especially useful when running multiple projects with different configurations.

So, give Testconfig.project.name a try in your next Playwright test. It'll bring clarity and organization to your automated testing efforts. For more tips on efficient Playwright test scripts, check out this blog post.

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