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Bamboo doesn't show any unit tests for .NET Core 2.1 Project


I am currently blocked by an issue in Bamboo. Bamboo will not show any available Tests in the web gui table.

I ran the test with the following command...

# display all available unit tests in test project
dotnet test ${bamboo.sourceTestProjectFile} -t
# run unit tests and log results to trx file
dotnet test ${bamboo.sourceTestProjectFile} -l:"trx;LogFileName=testresults.trx"

I read somewhere on the Internet, that I have to run msparse on the the testresult file testresult.trx. But everytime my build fails as no testresult could be found?! But they are there.

What do I have to do to run Tests in Bamboo so that it will be displayed on the web gui screen list...

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Gonchik Tsymzhitov
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Feb 09, 2019




You need export as xml for Junit format, 

then set into your plan final task Junit4 parser, after that you will see result on the panel.




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