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Plugin Information

View JiraTestResultReporter on the plugin site for more information.

Creates issues in Jira for failed unit tests.

What it does

This plugin examines the build job for failed unit tests. It work by using the Jenkins internal test result management for detecting failed tests. Just let Jenkins run and report your unit tests e.g. by adding the “Publish xUnit test results report” to your build job.

If JiraTestResultReporter detects new failed tests, it will create an issue for every test case in Jira:

Usage

  • In the build job add JiraTestResultReporter as a post-build action.
  • Configure the plugin for this job. See the help boxes for details.
  • Build your job. If there are failed tests, the plugin will create issues for them. This will (should!) happen only once for every new failed tests; new in this case means tests that have an age of exactly 1.

Use a dedicated Jira user

From a security and usage perspective, it's recommended to create a dedicated Jira user for the reporting. This helps to identify (e.g. filter) issues created by the plugin.

Version history

Version

     Changes                                                      

upcoming

- new: validate config settings
- new: option to create issues for old issues (to catch up on a project with unreported issues)

1.0.3

- fixed an issue that prevented storing of the configuration (Sorry!)

1.0.2

- first version

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