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  1. Jenkins
  2. JENKINS-36985

Links to attachments are not displayed in the page at the method level

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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Open (View Workflow)
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Unresolved
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    • Environment:
      * Jenkins: 2.7.1
      * JUnit Attachments Plugin: (1.3 〜) 1.4.2
      * JUnit: 4.8.1
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      Description

      Steps to reproduce.

      1. Run a test which attaches files with JUnit Attachments Plugin.
      e.g. https://gist.github.com/miyajan/fca9dbdd76860360fe6d4d6a081efb18
      2. Access to the page at the method level.
      e.g. http://your-jenkins.example.com/job/attachments-test/1/testReport/com.example.miyajan/AttachmentsTest/testScreenshot/
      →There is no links to the attachments.

      I confirmed that there are links in 1.2 and not in 1.3 and 1.4.2.
      This is a degraded bug.

      FYI, there are links in the page at the class level in all versions.
      e.g. http://your-jenkins.example.com/job/attachments-test/1/testReport/com.example.miyajan/AttachmentsTest/

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          trejkaz trejkaz added a comment -

          This was very confusing. I thought the plugin wasn't working at all and had just come here to file a bug which was literally going to be "plugin does not work at all."

          Then I found this ticket, which led me to wonder, "well, if they're not on the only page I would expect them to be on, where would they be?", and I had to keep searching, until I finally found another ticket which said that they are on the next page up. A page which basically nobody will ever see in the normal course of using Jenkins.

          So yes, they should be put back on the individual test pages.

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          trejkaz trejkaz added a comment - This was very confusing. I thought the plugin wasn't working at all and had just come here to file a bug which was literally going to be "plugin does not work at all." Then I found this ticket, which led me to wonder, "well, if they're not on the only page I would expect them to be on, where would they be?", and I had to keep searching, until I finally found another ticket which said that they are on the next page up. A page which basically nobody will ever see in the normal course of using Jenkins. So yes, they should be put back on the individual test pages.

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            Assignee:
            huybrechts huybrechts
            Reporter:
            miyajan Miyata Jumpei
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