Imagine if you were building a compiler and wanted to track metrics, such as generated code size for a test. If the metrics can be generated by other script, can Bamboo store them so they can be easily tracked?
When you say generated by another script, do you mean a script that runs as part of a Bamboo build or a script that runs completely outside of Bamboo? If it's the former, you can use Bamboo's artifacts functionality to store any arbitrary data that your build produces. Those artifacts are then accessible through the build's results page, via a REST call, or directly off the server provided that you have the appropriate permissions.
What do you mean by tracked? Do you want to see a graph of your code size over time for example? I don't think Bamboo has any built in functionality to chart arbitrary user data. You would have to write your own script for that.
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