How can i set result of pipelines script execution? (Success / Fail)

Hi, All

I'm using bitbucket pipelines for run unittests. If any tests failed, i need a red (not green) mark for this run at pipelines page. Can i implement this?

 

my bitbucket-pipelines.yml:

image: vb64/gae.python.sdk
pipelines:
default:
  - step:
script:
  - cd tests
  - python tests.py $APP_ENGINE_DIR

 

end of log:

FAIL: test_order (www_tests.telegram_test.test_input.TestCaseInput)
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/opt/atlassian/bitbucketci/agent/build/tests/www_tests/telegram_test/test_input.py", line 101, in test_order
self.assertIn("command not implemented yet...", data['text'])
AssertionError: 'command not implemented yet...' not found in u'Hi, Vitaly !\n\n/order command not implemented yet.'
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Ran 85 tests in 11.279s
FAILED (failures=1)

1 answer

Hi Vitaly,

Pipelines uses the exit status of your script to determine whether the pipeline has succeeded or failed. If your pipeline result is a success that means that all the commands in your script returned a zero exit status. To get the result you're looking for you need to make sure that your test runner (tests.py in your script) returns a non-zero exit code when there are test failures.

Thanks, Steven.

So, script execution is terminating at first command with nonzero exit code?

Yes, that's correct.

 

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