|12-Dec-2017 13:38:33||Passed ShortLocateCacheCollectionCreateDataRequestTest|
|12-Dec-2017 13:38:33||Passed ShortLocateCacheCollectionRequestTest|
|12-Dec-2017 13:38:33||Passed ShortLocateCacheCollectionRecoveryTest|
|12-Dec-2017 13:38:33||Passed DatabaseHelpersTest|
|12-Dec-2017 13:38:33||Passed EINT_667_TEST|
|12-Dec-2017 13:38:33||Results 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||Total tests: 54. Passed: 54. Failed: 0. Skipped: 0.|
|12-Dec-2017 13:38:33||Test Run Successful.|
|12-Dec-2017 13:38:33||Test execution time: 18.8019 Seconds|
|12-Dec-2017 13:38:33||Parsing test results under D:\agent-home\xml-data\build-dir\TRDSVR-LIN2-JOB1...|
|12-Dec-2017 13:38:33||Failing task since test cases were expected but none were found.|
|12-Dec-2017 13:38:33||Finished task 'Run unit tests' with result: Failed|
The results file is clearly not what I configured above, any ideas please?
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.
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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