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How to export unit test results from pipeline as an artifact

I am running the following command to write the results of the unit test to a file for external reporting.

dotnet test projectname -l:console;Verbosity=Detailed >> test-result.txt

The test-result.txt file is generated but it's empty.

It doesn't seem like the -l:console;Verbosity=Detailed is being honored.

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@ili have you tested this locally?

If the file is empty it depends on .NET cli .

I see the separate option for test results folder in dotnet test command

  • -r|--results-directory <RESULTS_DIR>

    The directory where the test results are going to be placed. If the specified directory doesn't exist, it's created. The default is TestResults in the directory that contains the project file.

I suspect in test result txt file, you can have either nothing or stdout depending where dotnet writes logs.

But what you want, I guess, is dotnet test ... --results-directory results

Regards, Galyna

Yes I tried option but this writes out an abridged html format which is not what I'm looking for.  The text results is more in line with what I need but it doesn't behave the same in the pipeline as it does locally.  It might be the windows / linux difference.

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