My plan creates xml files in a subfolder relative to the working directory. I would like JUnit Parser to use the xml files. If they are located in the working directory, everything is OK. I cannot convince JUnit Parser ('Specify custom results directories') to look for xml files in subdirectory 'test1'. I have tried:
test1/output1.xml (where output1.xml is an existing file in test1 folder)
I keep getting the following message:
Failing task since test cases were expected but none were found.
What is the correct syntax to tell JUnit Parser to look for xml files in a subdirectory test1?
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