Viewing NUnit results in Bamboo

I have a .NET project in Bambo 4.4.5. The solution has multiple test projects. My Bamboo plan has multiple tasks that look much like this:

1. Checkout the code

2. Delete the previous testresult*.xml files

3. Build the solution

4. Run multiple NUnit Runner tasks to run each project, specifying a unique testresult[n].xml output file

Everything works fine where we get notifications on build breaks, etc. The problem is that when I click on the Tests tab for the build, this is all I get:

  • 849 tests in total
  • 1 minute taken in total.

Is there a way to see more details?

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Yes. Basically, the same stuff you would see with the junit tests. Break out tests and counts by assembly too?

Hm... I don't believe there is much reported in Bamboo for the successful tests. But I think you can try to navigate down to the JOB tests tab (which is displaying something different than PLAN level test tab). You should see there at least the passed tests names.

(To navigate JOB you need to use the 'navigator' thing on the left side of the Bamboo - you might need to expand it by clicking an arrow-button in the left-middle part of the screen).

Does it help you?

regards,

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Hello dmiser,

What kind of test details would you like to see? The test names?

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