What are the available Tests reports?

Under the Reports tab for a Project, there are three available Tests reports 



  • Planned vs. Actual, Testing Progress Forecast Tests, and Steps Trend by Status reports are based on UTC Timezone.

Test Plan
Presents the Tests in your project according to module and priority, with the ability to filter the report according to your needs.

Steps Execution
Compare the number of planned steps to the actual number of passed steps.
You can click on any of the numbers in the report to view the list of steps. The steps list allows you to then reviewedit, and export test steps.


  • The report does not consider steps in Not Applicable status
  • The report displays the number of Test Steps or Planned Runs / Hours.

Planned vs. Actual
Click here to learn more about the Planned vs. Actual report

Test Coverage
The Test Coverage report provides a view of all the analyzed objects. The objects themselves are grouped according to the SAP module, and are divided into 2 lists, covered and not covered. 

For an Impact Analysis project, the report will display impacted object only

Objects that are covered are associated with at least one test, whereas objects that are not covered do not have any associated testing assets in the system.
Both Unit Tests, Progression Tests, and Functional Tests are included in the Test Coverage report.

How does Panaya calculate the Test Coverage?
Test activities are reflected in the Test Coverage report when one or more of these conditions apply:
  • For Tests -
    The Test Step includes a valid Transaction/Fiori App in the Transaction field.
    These Test activities and steps can be either created manually or imported in one of the Test import methods.
    A valid transaction appears with an Information icon.

    For Unit Tests - Panaya automatically populates the Transaction field.
    Transactions that do not appear in the Transaction field, but were recorded using the Panaya Testing Tool, will be included in the Test Coverage report once they are converted to Quick Tests.​​​​
  • For Quick Tests 
    If the Quick Test includes a script with transaction names, Panaya will consider these objects (transactions) as covered.
    The script can be recorded or converted from an evidence of a previous test run.
    For imported Quick Tests that were imported from your own documents, Panaya will read the transaction names from within your files. All valid transaction will be reflected in the report.
  • Infotype objects are not included in the Test Coverage report.
  • Coverage is calculated for Entry level objects only (i.e. Transactions)

See also