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documentation on post-ing test results to TM4J

I see there is

but I'm not finding any precise documentation for what is accepted in that json if i want to generate it from some other tool (not junit).

Nor do I see any public api documentation for auto-creating test cases to match results?

For example, I'd like to push in to the database the result of an external test runner which would provide:

   the branch and commit id of the software under test
   start and end timestamp of the run
   test results organized into folders of test suite names
   each test result would include: passfail, logoutput, exception (if any), etc.


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Hi Mark, 

Were you able to solve your mentioned problem? I am in the same situation now.

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Joshua Yamdogo _ Adaptavist
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Oct 24, 2018

Hi Mark,

I don't work on the TM4J team, but I'm sure they'd be happy to help you answer your question. You can find the support portal here:



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