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How do I publish my Doxygen build product

I'm setting up my first pipeline and my build creates a directory tree via Doxygen (currently in a directory 'Statstics') how do I publish this tree on BitBucket from my bitbucket-pipelines.yml file?

Ideally I'd like to see this under Statistics or Reports on the bitbucket page(s) and it calls up the index.html file in the Statistics directory (all the files are under Statistics, except a few hyperlinks i.e. <a href="https://some.url.com/mickey/mouse"> so no server side scripting is required).

my bitbucket-pipeline.yml file is:


image: atlassian/default-image:3

pipelines:
default:
- parallel:
- step:
name: Host Unit Tests
script:
- make test
#- curl -X POST "https://${BITBUCKET_USERNAME}:${BITBUCKET_APP_PASSWORD}@api.bitbucket.org/2.0/repositories/${BITBUCKET_REPO_OWNER}/${BITBUCKET_REPO_SLUG}/downloads" --form files=@"Statistics/"
#- wput Statistics/ "https://${BITBUCKET_USERNAME}:${BITBUCKET_APP_PASSWORD}@api.bitbucket.org/2.0/repositories/${BITBUCKET_REPO_OWNER}/${BITBUCKET_REPO_SLUG}/downloads"
- find Statistics -type f -exec curl -X POST "https://${BITBUCKET_USERNAME}:${BITBUCKET_APP_PASSWORD}@api.bitbucket.org/2.0/repositories/${BITBUCKET_REPO_OWNER}/${BITBUCKET_REPO_SLUG}/commit/${BITBUCKET_COMMIT}/reports/Statistics/{}" \;
- step:
name: Build debug
script:
- make debug
- step:
name: Build release
script:
- make release

 [sorry pasting removed the indentation whitespace???]
but where are the 'reports' on bitbucket? 
I've set BITBUCKET_USERNAME} & BITBUCKET_APP_PASSWORD as per Deploy build artifacts to Bitbucket Downloads | Bitbucket Cloud | Atlassian Support and do I need to similarly specify BITBUCKET_REPO_OWNER, BITBUCKET_REPO_SLUG & BITBUCKET_COMMIT variables - if so how do I get the last one?

Sorry for newbie questions...

Aaron

1 answer

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Hi Aaron and welcome to the community.

Are you looking for test reporting in Bitbucket Pipelines?

If so, I would advise checking the following documentation:

To enable test reporting, make sure that build test reports are generated in one of the supported default locations (with a directory depth of 4 levels):

./**/surefire-reports/**/*.xml
./**/failsafe-reports/**/*.xml
./**/test-results/**/*.xml
./**/test-reports/**/*.xml
./**/TestResults/**/*.xml

This currently works with JUnit and Maven Surefire XML formats, regardless of the language they are written in. Test reporting will be automatically enabled in your pipeline when it detects JUnit or Maven Surefire XML test results that include a fail. In this case, the test report will be shown in the Pipelines log view.

Kind regards,
Theodora

Thanks for the answer, but to clarify what syntax is this in; I don't understand '**' from a (un*x or windows) command line point of view?

OR:
Are you saying that from the top of my code (where my .git directory is) I need to create a directory tree where I have say ./Statistics/TestResults/unit_tests/junit.xml where Statistics and unit_test are arbitrary names but TestResults has to be one of the 5 names you gave above {surefire-reports, failsafe-reports, test-results, test-reports, TestResults}?

Thanks,

Aaron

Hi Aaron,

Are you saying that from the top of my code (where my .git directory is) I need to create a directory tree where I have say ./Statistics/TestResults/unit_tests/junit.xml where Statistics and unit_test are arbitrary names but TestResults has to be one of the 5 names you gave above {surefire-reports, failsafe-reports, test-results, test-reports, TestResults}?

This is correct. The double asterisks ( ** ) mean any directory, the names can be arbitrary. TestResults needs to be one of the five names I mentioned.

Each step of a Pipelines build runs in a Docker container.

After the Docker container starts, the repo is cloned in /opt/atlassian/pipelines/agent/build which is the clone directory with the .git folder.

Any command you have in the script of the step in bitbucket-pipelines.yml file runs in that directory (unless you include commands to change directory).

Kind regards,
Theodora

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