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Continuous Integration, Delivery, and Deployment by Sander Rossel

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JUnit report

The easiest one to implement is the JUnit report as it comes straight out of the box. Simply configure the Publish JUnit test result report post-build action. The report can, of course, be found in the test/junit/ folder (after building). We need any XML files, so the complete pattern for the reports field is test/junit/*.xml:

After that, you can make another build and the test results will be published to Jenkins. You can find the results in your build on the left-hand side menu under Test Result. Alternatively, there is a drop-down menu in the build overview on the left-hand side (the one with the red and blue balls). The dropdown ...

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