Fetching Test Manager Screenshots through APIs or Other Means

Hi Everyone,

I’ve built around 13 test cases which feeds assertion screenshots back to Test Manager.
I was hoping if anyone could guide me on how to fetch and compile these screenshots into a Word/HTML document.

I am aware that this question has been asked before, but the responses I’ve seen so far are to use the Take Screenshot Activity and then compile them into word.

I didn’t want to do this because I already had the assertions in place, and adding another activity seemed redundant, so I headed over to swagger and discovered that there was an API that lets us fetch screenshots.
Unfortunately, this only lets us fetch screenshots one at a time, and it also requires us to figure out what the ID for each assertion is i.e.

If you run a test case with 10 assertions, that translates into 10 screenshots.
Each screenshot comes with a unique id like so:

I was hoping that there is a way to fetch a list of IDs, after which I can simply loop through them and hit the API for fetching the screenshots.

Maybe something though OData(not to aware of it so I just threw it out there hehe)?

Last but not the least, is there any retention policy in place for test results?

Your help is most appreciated, thanks in advance.

Kind Regards,
Ashwin A.K

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