MS Test Parser failed to find the file

Hey

 

I am having some trouble trying to get the build to parse through the .trx file. I can see the file being generated in the \Foundation\Tests\Resource.Data.EntityFramework.Test\bin\Release folder . The file name is TestResults-Rev_4626c14b7e01843d44a9afaa3184bb9ae6e6f547-Build_91

I get the error 

simple 17-Jul-2017 16:01:11 Parsing test results under D:\bamboo-home\xml-data\build-dir\163842\DEV-API02-JOB1...
simple 17-Jul-2017 16:01:11 Failing task since test cases were expected but none were found.
simple 17-Jul-2017 16:01:11 Finished task 'MS Tests Parser' with result: Failed

This is the value for the Result File Name :

 

TestResults-Rev_${bamboo.repository.revision.number}-Build_${bamboo.buildNumber}.trx

 

and for the Result Directory its :

 

\Foundation\Tests\Resource.Data.EntityFramework.Test\bin\Release\

 

Am i missing something here .

1 answer

Hi Stuart! How are you doing?

If you open the file in a text editor, can you see test entries in it?

Maybe Bamboo is finding it, but it is empty, for some other reason.

Hope this helps!

Thanks,

Cristiano

Hey Cristiano,

 

Hope you well .

The file does have test entries in it .  I have changed the param for the result test file to another drive(f:\testresults\filename.trx) but the logs still shows that the parser is looking for the file in the build directory as below , am i missing something ?

\bamboo-home\xml-data\build-dir\163842\DEV-API02-JOB1.

 

Cheers

Stuart

Stuart,

Did you manage to solve this problem? I have this exact problem now.

For those reading this later this is how I solved the problem.

In the MSTest Parser task I removed the directory from the field "MSTest Test Results File/Directory" so the value is "UnitTestResults.trx"

I then modified the task that runs vstest.console.exe so that it generated "UnitTestResults.trx" in the root build directory.

Bamboo now finds the build results file.

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