I have one test that, if it fails, indicates larger problems with the app. There wouldn't be any point in running the rest of the tests if that one test fails.

Is there a way to bail the suite if a single test fails but run all tests if that test passes?

2 Answers

3
Alex Kamaev On Best Solutions

I suggest you use a programming interface for this specific case. You can use the run method for the second time only if the first launch was successful. Please see the following code:

const createTestCafe = require('testcafe);
let testcafe = null;

createTestCafe('localhost', 1337, 1338)
    .then(tc => {
        testcafe = tc;
        const runner1 = testcafe.createRunner();

        return runner1
            .src(['test1'])
            .browsers('chrome')
            .run()

    })
    .then(() => {
        const runner2 = testcafe.createRunner();

        return runner2
            .browsers('chrome')
            .src(['test2'])
            .run();
    });
    .catch(err => {
        console.log(err);
        testcafe.close();
    })
3
mlosev On

Yes, it's possible. There is an appropriate option in TestCafe - stopOnFirstFail