While running tests on baangt we might need to share the report to multiple persons in a team. To do this one might have to be present in front of screen and wait for completion of the test. But to overcome this issue we have added a functionality in baangt to send the reports in various platform automatically, thus you don’t need to waste your time in front of screen just for waiting of completion, our program will take care of that.

Their are 4 different services where we can send test reports. They are:

  1. Email
  2. Ms Teams
  3. Slack
  4. Telegram
  5. Confluence

Lets first discuss things we need to use this services in our program one by one.

Note :- If you don’t need to use any service from the following you just skip that part


We don’t need anything(except recipients email ids).

Ms Teams

We need webhook url of Ms Teams channel where we need to send reports. If you need any help in getting webhook url you can refer to this link:-


We need incoming webhook url for the app which has permission to post message in your group. For further assistance you can refer to “Set up Incoming Webhooks” section of


To send message in telegram channel we need channel username and a bot’s HTTP API token who has administrator privilage in your channel.

First, to get username of the channel you can simply go to info section of your channel where you will find invite link which will look like here your_channel_username is what we need.

Now to get HTTP API token of bot, first we need to create a bot. To create a new bot you need to search for @botfather in telegram. If you are first time user of BotFather then you will see an introduction and a start button in the bottom. If you don’t see start button but seeing a text area in bottom you can just type /start then to create a new bot you have to select or type /newbot after that it will ask a name for your bot. You can name it anything but I for best practice we will use ChannelName bot after that it will ask a username for your bot which must be unique and the username must end with bot word so we can use ChannelName_bot after sending this you should get a congratulations message which means your bot is created. In this congratulation message you will get HTTP API access token we will need this further in our program.

Our next step is to add the bot in our channel as administrator. Please visit this link for further assistance :-

Configuring Baangt

Once we have all the necessary things we just need to add them in mail.ini which must be inside ini folder. If you have used windows installer to setup baangt then it must be inside C:/Users/{username}/baangt directory, else it will be in the root directory of baangt. Once you find the ini folder their must be a main.ini file inside it. If it is not their you can make one. Just create a new file name mail and extension ini which will look like mail.ini. Then you can edit it via any text editor. It should look like.

sendmailto = <email>
notificationwithattachment = <True or False>
mswebhook = <MsTeam channel webhook url>
slackwebhook = <Slack App webhook url>
telegrambot = <telegram bot access token>
telegramchannel = <telegram channel name>

Configurations of mail:- sendmailto and notificationwithattachment are the settings for email. sendmailto can contain single recipients or multiple recipients which would look like. sendmailto =,, inshort they should be comma seperated. notificationwithattachment should be True if you want to send xlsx result file as attachment in the mail else it should be False.

Configuration of MsTeam:- mswebhook takes single or multiple(comma seperated as above) webhook url and will send report in them.

Configuration of Slack:- slackwebhook takes single or multiple(comma seperated as above) webhook url and will send report in them.

Configurations of Telegram:- telegrambot and telegramchannel are the settings for telegram. telegrambot will take single value containing API token of bot. telegramchannel may contain single or multiple(comma seperated as above) username of channels. Make sure that all the channels have this bot as administrator.

Note:- If you don’t need to use any of the service out of these four, you can just leave their settings empty

Override mail.ini

There are some cases when we don’t want to send reports either in few or in all services. Now to overcome this what we can do is that we can add the settings directly in globals file. Our program will always first check for settings in globals file, if it is not their then it will take settings from mail.ini. Here is an example

sendmailto =
notificationwithattachment = <True or False>
mswebhook = <MsTeam channel webhook url>
slackwebhook = <Slack App webhook url>
telegrambot = <telegram bot access token>
telegramchannel = <telegram channel name>
“TC.dontCloseBrowser”: “False”,
“TC.NetworkInfo”: “False”,
“TC.Browser”: “Chrome”,
“TC.BrowserWindowSize”: “1024x768”,
“Stage”: “Test”,
“SendMailTo”: “,”,
“NotificationWithAttachment”: “False”,
“MsWebHook”: “”,
“SlackWebHook”: “”,

Now as we can see the we have override Mail, Ms Teams & Slack settings. So now our program will take mails from globals and as the NotificationWithAttachment parameter is False it won’t attach the xlsx file. MsWebHook & SlackWebHook are empty so no report will be sent on those platforms. Here we haven’t declared any setting for Telegram so the program will now look for those settings in mail.ini and send the report as per that settings.


We also have functionality to update report in confluence. Reports are updated as page. Along with it we can also attach original report(.xlsx) file in main page. Main page can consist link to original file, data from “Summary” tab & data from “Output” tab. Their might also be cases when “Output” tab has too many datas, so we have solution for that too. We have given you an option to create subpages of data from “Output” tab. You can use this functionality with the help of global files. Lets see the keywords needed for global file in order to update the report in confluence.

“Confluence-Base-Url” : “”,
“Confluence-Space” : “”,
“Confluence-Username” : “”,
“Confluence-Password” : “”,
“Confluence-Rootpage” : “”,
“Confluence-Pagetitle” : “”,
“Confluence-Remove_Headers” : “”,
“Confluence-Uploadoriginalfile” : “”,
“Confluence-Createsubpagesforeachxxentries” : 0


Confluence-Base-Url contains the url for your confluence.


Confluence-Space contains the name of space where page is to be created.


Confluence-Username contains your username.


Confluence-Password contains your password.


Confluence-Rootpage contains parent page id, this option is optional and in most of the case is not usable, you must use this option if you want to create the report page as a sub-page to another main page.


Confluence-Pagetitle title for the report page.


Confluence-Remove_Headers contains headers from “Output” tab which are not to be considered while generating report page. Multiple headers should be sperated by comma, e.g. - “header1, header2, header3”.


Confluence-Uploadoriginalfile value must be true if you want to upload original xlsx file in main report page.


Confluence-Createsubpagesforeachxxentries contain integer, when we want to create sub-pages for “Output” tab data we should input the number of rows present in a subpage, multiple sub-pages are created with the number of rows which are defined here. e.g. - “Confluence-Createsubpagesforeachxxentries” : 100, here we have given input of maximum 100 data in a sub-page and suppose if total number of data is 288, then their will be 3 pages containing 1-100, 101-200, 201-288 data.