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No artifacts have been found for this build result.




I have defined an  artifact cause i want to show and output of a test that's in a xml format and i found out that artifacts can do that. Problem is my test says there's no artifacts and it says "No artifacts have been found for this build result."


I followed the answer here:

And system builders are enabled.


I don't know what's the problem. 

My path is "test/path/to/my.xml" It says the path is relative so i suppose it start in the root folder "C:\Users\myuser\bamboo-home\xml-data\build-dir\KeyProject" right?


Then i've set my pattern to "*.xml"


The project is in .xml format.

Any ideas what may be the problem? 


EDIT: My bad found the answer, removed the filename from path and it works. 



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AnnWorley Atlassian Team May 18, 2018

Thanks for letting us know the issue was the file name in the path. It could help the next person who runs into that "No artifacts" error.

Have a great Friday!

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