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Multiple execution of the same test with different random seeds

In the SystemVerilog programming language, the same tests are run multiple times but with different seeds in the same build task. The same test could be run hundreds of times with a different seed each time in the same task. What report format makes the most sense? I have been using JUnit XML, but I have to trick the XML to make each test name different to get one report per seed. Is there a better test report format to use in this case?

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Looks like the question:

"Bamboo 4.4 shipped with a specific TestNG result parsing task. This task is capable of parsing many tests with the same name. If you switch your plans to use this task, all your tests should be reported correctly."

Edit: I will accept this answer for now, but I have not tried it yet.

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Jason Monsorno
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Mar 19, 2014

I'd aggregate passing testing and list failed tests like you are, unless the test failed 100% of the time then you could aggregate the failure as well.

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