RequestLogger.count Method

Returns the number of requests that match the predicate.

count( predicate(Request) ) → Promise<Numeric>

If you use the contains(predicate) or count(predicate) methods in assertions, TestCafe uses the Smart Assertion Query Mechanism.

The predicate accepts a Request as the only parameter.

The Request object represents a request-response pair.

{
    userAgent: String,
    request: {
        url: String,
        method: String,
        headers: Object,
        body: Buffer | String,
        timestamp: Number
    },
    response: {
        statusCode: Number,
        headers: Object,
        body: Buffer | String,
        timestamp: Number
    }
}
Property Type Description
userAgent String Identifies the user agent that sent the request. Contains the formatted name and version of the browser and operating system.
request.url String The URL where the request is sent.
request.method String The request's HTTP method.
request.headers Object Request headers in the property-value form. Logged if the logRequestHeaders option is set to true.
request.body Buffer | String The request body. A Buffer or string depending on the stringifyRequestBody option. Logged if the logRequestBody option is set to true.
request.timestamp Number The timestamp that specifies when the request was intercepted.
response.statusCode Number The status code received in the response.
response.headers Object Response headers in the property-value form. Logged if the logResponseHeaders option is set to true.
response.body Buffer | String The response body. A Buffer or string depending on the stringifyResponseBody option. Logged if the logResponseBody option is set to true.
response.timestamp Number The timestamp that specifies when the response was intercepted.