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testParsers not working as documentation says.

---
project:
key: TEST
plan:
key: BYT
name: Bamboo Spec tutorial
stages:
- jobs:
- scripts:
- '#!/bin/bash'
- echo 'Going to slay the red dragon, in bash'
interpreter: shell
# Job's test parsers.
testParsers:
- type: junit
testResults: '**/junit/*.xml'
Bamboo YAML import failed: Invalid format of the YAML document: while parsing a block collection
31-Dec-1969 19:00:00 in 'string', line 15, column 13:
31-Dec-1969 19:00:00 - type: junit
31-Dec-1969 19:00:00 ^
31-Dec-1969 19:00:00 expected <block end>, but found Key
31-Dec-1969 19:00:00 in 'string', line 16, column 13:
31-Dec-1969 19:00:00 testResults: '**/junit/*.xml'
31-Dec-1969 19:00:00 ^

https://confluence.atlassian.com/bamboo0603/bamboo-specs-yaml-format-946020345.html 

1 answer

Hi Pierre-Luc

Your YAML indentation looks to be incorrect. Could you please remove the two extra spaces before the type definition and try again?

Ex.

project:
key: PROJ
plan:
key: BYT
name: Bamboo Spec tutorial
stages:
- jobs:
- scripts:
- '#!/bin/bash'
- echo 'Going to slay the red dragon, in bash '
interpreter: shell
# Job's test parsers.
testParsers:
- type: junit
testResults: '**/junit/*.xml'

I suggest you to use a YAML validation tool to check the code before committing it to the repo. (e.g. http://www.yamllint.com/)

thanks

I also Suggest you to use a YAML Validation tool like https://www.yamlonline.com . it's validate your YAML and also convert your YAML TO JSON or YAML TO XML and CSV so on.

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