Allure Reporting#

Allure is a powerful test reporting framework. It is fully compatible with PHPUnit and Codeception. This means that each type of test available in Magento 2 can be visualized.


To enable Allure in your project environment, add to your .env file:


As a result both php-fpm and php-debug containers get additional mount /var/allure-results where the Test results should be saved.

PHPUnit Reports#

To visualize your PHPUnit Tests results (Unit, Integration, API functional, Static) in Allure, you need to edit phpunit.xml file and find <listeners> section. If you have <listener class="Yandex\Allure\Adapter\AllureAdapter"> node, just change the path where logs are saved: <string>/var/allure-results</string> (please notice leading /).

        <listener class="Magento\TestFramework\Event\PhpUnit"/>
        <listener class="Yandex\Allure\Adapter\AllureAdapter">

Codeception Reports#

Adjusting Codeception reports path is a little more complicated. Please find the dev/tests/acceptance/codeception.yml file, under Magento\FunctionalTestingFramework\Allure\Adapter\MagentoAllureAdapter you’ll find outputDirectory. Change its value to /var/allure-results.

            deletePreviousResults: false
            outputDirectory: /var/allure-results

Web Interface#

Allure reports are available with your Web Browser on allure subdomain (e.g. https://allure.magento2.test/). Reports are generated with 5 seconds interval.

Example Report generated with Allure