I have a test generating test reports in a junit xml format, and parsed by JUnit parser in Bamboo. But I found JUnit parser doesn't parse anything in "system-out" element in test cases.
The customized report I asked the script to generate is like the format in Bamboo documentation: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/BAMBOO/JUnit+parsing+in+Bamboo
Does anyone have the same issue?
I finally use the strategy @Krystian Brazulewicz suggested. I put all the information I want to see in test artifacts.
This workaround was also mentioned by https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/BAM-782. The shortcoming is also analysed.
However, it works very good for my specific case. Thanks!
Bamboo does not parse
system-out element. If you're interested in details please see JunitTestResultsParser class in Bamboo source code.
If you believe that such feature would be useful please create an Improvement request in our public bug tracker.
Thanks a lot! @Krystian Brazulewicz
I need to dump a set of "name = value" parameters shown in the test result. Is there any way to do that?
I also tried put it in properties element, it seems Bamboo also doesn't parse properties either.
btw, could you tell me how to see Bamboo source code?
There are already issues asking for this rather fundamental feature:
In my case, Gradle produces JUnit reports with useful information in the system-out and system-err tags. It would help me considerably if Bamboo displayed that information like Jenkins does. It is one of the reasons I don't use Bamboo yet. The other is https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/BAM-11205 (I need Bamboo to build Stash fork pull requests natively).
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