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Is there anyway my HTML/CSV reports can be read by bamboo

I run test scripts in command line and my rft framework generates HTML log as well as csv log. I'd there any way I can get the total no of testcases passed in bamboo report??

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Omar Herrera Community Leader Aug 02, 2018

Hi @CrazyAs5assinyou can use  JUnit format is a generic format as output or log of you testcases like It is a xml that you can read in bamboo with the JUnit Parser.

Something like thisJUNIT.JPG


Omar H.

Hi Omar, thanks for your reply . i am working on my framework to create a xml report . i am new to bamboo and struggling with mentioning the location where my xml file should be picked up . suppose my bamboo agent is in cdrive bambooagent folder and my xml is in c drive results folder , how to mention a relative path

Figured it out thanks

Omar Herrera Community Leader Aug 03, 2018

Excellent @CrazyAs5assin, please mark your question answered.

Can you help me how to mark a question as answered ? I am not able to find any option as such

Omar Herrera Community Leader Aug 03, 2018

@CrazyAs5assin please check here @link

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