Attaching A Screen CaptureScreen File To An E-Mail

I want to take a screenshot of my SUT at certain points in a test and e-mail that screenshot.

I've set a variable to the pathname/filename I want for the captured image:
put "../../CaptureResult.tiff" into myCapture
CaptureScreen(Name:myCapture)


The screen capture takes place and the .TIFF file is created in the right place.

My SMTP line looks like this:
sendmail(smtp_host:"mail.xxx.net", smtp_type:"Login", smtp_user:"[email protected]", smtp_password:"xxx", to:"[email protected]", from:"[email protected]",subject:"Screen Capture From An Eggplant Test", attachment:myCapture)

The following error appears in the Eggplant log:
2009-09-29 14:30:50.746 -0600 sendmail-Warning Unable to open file: /CaptureResult.tiff 34 on_captureresult CaptureResult.script

Any ideas from the crowd?

Comments

  • SenseTalkDougSenseTalkDoug ForumAdmin admin
    It may be thrown off by the "../../" in the path. I suggest using the actual path to the file. Here's one way to get it:
    put put the long name of file myCapture into myCaptureFullPath
    
    Then use myCaptureFullPath in the SendMail command and see if that works better.
  • It worked for me. I encountered the same problem.

    While running eggplant and adding values to a file it finds ResultFile = "~Documents\iPhone\Result.csv"

    However when attaching the ResultFile to the email it didn't work.

    What worked is:
    ResultFile = "/Users/Company/Documents/iPhone/Result.csv"

    Thanks!
  • EggplantMattEggplantMatt ForumAdmin admin
    It might just be a typo in your post, but this is not a valid path:
    ~Documents\iPhone\Result.csv
    
    You need a slash after the tilde:
    ~\Documents\iPhone\Result.csv
    
    If that wasn't a transcription error, then it probably explains why the path didn't work for you.
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