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Python "" is outputted as an error in build output

I have python scripts that print outputs using "" command. These are labelled as errors in build output. This is not an error. why does bamboo label as such?

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Gabriel Ribeiro
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Jul 19, 2018

Hi Samuel,

Would you mind sharing with us details of your code implementation? This doesn't seem to be the expected behavior.


import logging
logging.basicConfig(level=logging.INFO, format='%(asctime)-15s - %(levelno)s - %(message)s')"Starting Work at: {0}".format(path))"Finished Work with outputs at:".format(output_path))

This is my output in bamboo and is highlighted in red in logs:

2018-07-18 11:20:50,804 - 20 - Starting Work at: C:\work
2018-07-18 11:20:50,835 - 20 - Finished Work with outputs at: C:\output

It gets populated in the error summary.

@Samuel Chow @Gabriel Ribeiro 

Hi Guys, is there any follow up here? I am experiencing the same error and I am looking for a solution because it looks like it's an issue with Bamboo.


Cheers, Krzysztof

Hiya, bamboo thinks anything that gets printed to stderr is an "error" so appears in the error red text.

By default, python's logging module prints messages to stderr.

You can change that to stdout by using `stream=sys.stdout` as a parameter to `logging.BasicConfig()`

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