Why is my VSTest Runner test results file not being written to where I configured it?

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12-Dec-2017 13:38:33Passed   ShortLocateCacheCollectionCreateDataRequestTest
12-Dec-2017 13:38:33Passed   ShortLocateCacheCollectionRequestTest
12-Dec-2017 13:38:33Passed   ShortLocateCacheCollectionRecoveryTest
12-Dec-2017 13:38:33Passed   DatabaseHelpersTest
12-Dec-2017 13:38:33Passed   EINT_667_TEST
12-Dec-2017 13:38:33Results File: C:\Users\bambooprod\AppData\Local\Temp\1513103893152-0\TestResults\bambooprod_CHI-BLD-W12-01 2017-12-12 13_38_16.trx
12-Dec-2017 13:38:33 
12-Dec-2017 13:38:33Total tests: 54. Passed: 54. Failed: 0. Skipped: 0.
12-Dec-2017 13:38:33Test Run Successful.
12-Dec-2017 13:38:33Test execution time: 18.8019 Seconds
12-Dec-2017 13:38:33Parsing test results under D:\agent-home\xml-data\build-dir\TRDSVR-LIN2-JOB1...
12-Dec-2017 13:38:33Failing task since test cases were expected but none were found.
12-Dec-2017 13:38:33Finished task 'Run unit tests' with result: Failed

The results file is clearly not what I configured above, any ideas please?

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Hi David,

If you take a look at the agent logs what do you see? The directory may not have been able to be created or move the result to the result directory. 

Take a look at the logs around 12-Dec-2017 13:38:33 and see if there are any errors related to the directory you specified.  Let me know what you find.

Cheers,

Branden

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vstest.console.exe doesn't allow to specify output filename so Bamboo executes it at temporary folder and then copies generated *.trx file to folder specified by user. It's not clear from build logs, but it works like this from source code perspective: https://bitbucket.org/atlassian/bamboo-dotnet-plugin/src/d2788e3b641ccd5e5895d1adc7f115c1046df5f2/src/main/java/com/atlassian/bamboo/plugin/dotnet/tests/vstest/VSTestRunnerTaskType.java?at=default&fileviewer=file-view-default

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