It defaults to a printed report, when I use it a command line. But, I prefer the on-line pass/fail of the rpg-units test inside of RDI. That way, when a test fails, I can double click it to goto the error. Debug & fix it. And run the test one at time, until I figure out what I missed.

But, you can use the command-line interface and printed reports on failures if you wish. To each their own.

-Ken Killian-

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I see that I can run test scripts from a command line (and therefor from a CLP), but where does the report go if RDi is not there to receive it? Does it produce a report like JUnit?
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