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Dear Confluence gurus!
We need to upload daily cucumber reports into Confluence, preferably preserving at least some of the coloring and formatting from the original Jenkins report.
Some confluence users do not have rights to Jenkins.
We cannot use a plug-in. We execute a Jenkinsfile (stored in git) to perform the report import into confluence.
I have tested just import the report as a zip file (with a timestamped report filename) to a report page, which works fine, with some minor formatting lost.
However that approach requires the end-user to download the whole zip down to hard-disk from Confluence, before being able to display the report.
I would rather the cucumber report shown directly in Confluence. Might not need be the whole report, but ought at least be an overview (html) report page.
Is this possible?
Thanks in advance for any ideas.