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You can blacklist the headers you don't want to see in the report: given().config(config().logConfig(logConfig().blacklistHeader("Accept"))). .. Documentation here.


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Extend Report: No CSS will be available local. If report has to be show in nice GUI internet should be there. Same to the user who is opening the report. Unless they dont have internet, you cannot see the proper data Allure: Learning curve. will have the CSS embedded in the html


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Allure doesn't allow to have single html file that you could email to someone , it requires you to spawn up a jetty local server to view the report. Where as extentreport allow you to have a single html file. This is the only difference between the two, other than that the report generation is same in both the reports , you have to use helper methods ...


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Probably. Allure is an open-source project. So you can change the code and decide where to store the results. Also if you can export the report you could manually store it on S3.


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After cleaning test results new report is generated without tests that are not included in test suite (xml). Because I am using maven the command to clean results is: mvn clean Or:


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