How to get a Bamboo test to fail?

I am running Selenium Webdriver tests (written in python) using Bamboo for our e-commerce platform, and I'm running into an unusual problem. In my tests, I am using assert to make sure that certain buttons / information is displayed. When those assertations fail, the script stops, and the traceback is in the logs, but the Bamboo tests still read success. I also tried raising exceptions, but experienced the same problem. Is there a particular way that Bamboo will recognize a test to have failed? Seeing green on the dashboard does nothing to help me if the tests failed. Thanks.

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What version of Bamboo do you have?

Can Bamboo see your tests at all? Bamboo needs parser at the end. I've seen it working for JUnit and I know that there are ways to format python tests in JUnit raport file.

Please look at https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/35809/how-to-parse-django-tests-with-bamboo- is this something similar to your case.

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