A quick way to get the duration of a test using Groovy
From a previous test I worked on, I wanted to point out how to record the execution time of a test. It uses the
TimeDuration libraries. Since my API test doesn't run within a Test Suite, it doesn't record the execution time, but it's still possible to get that information using code similar to the following.
import groovy.time.TimeCategory import groovy.time.TimeDuration def timeStart = new Date() //Test Code goes between the Start and Stop definitions def timeStop = new Date() TimeDuration duration = TimeCategory.minus(timeStop, timeStart) log.logWarning("Execution Time: " + duration)
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