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Xcode Plugin - Unable to run Unit Tests

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      Plugin version: 2.0.6
      Xcode version: 11.3.1
      Issue:
      I am following the exact same steps to set up unit tests via Xcode plugin but it doesn't work. Throws the error saying: 

      {{xcodebuild: error: Failed to build workspace MyWorkspace with scheme My-scheme.Reason: The scheme 'My-scheme' is not configured for Running.

      It runs perfectly while using xcodebuild test CLI command but I would like to see if it is possible via Plugin to maintain consistency. }}

      Setting up a unit test step

      Add the XCode build step and this time specify your unit test target (e.g. MyAppTests), configuration (e.g. Debug) and the SDK (e.g. Developer/Platforms/iPhoneSimulator.platform/Developer/SDKs/iPhoneSimulator4.1.sdk/).
      Leave all the checkboxes unselected. The SDK needs to be supplied here as the unit tests will only be run when building under the simulator's SDK.

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          urmil025 Urmil Shah added a comment -

          I don't know how you installed it but I am running xcpretty with --report option and it is just fine. Try doing so locally, running the entire command with xcpretty, and see if that helps. 

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          urmil025 Urmil Shah added a comment - I don't know how you installed it but I am running xcpretty with --report option and it is just fine. Try doing so locally, running the entire command with xcpretty, and see if that helps. 
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          pinkeshgjr Pinkesh added a comment - - edited

          Urmil Shah I am using Jenkins locally. I tried adding -r junit in Custom xcodebuild arguments. Still same error, lool like xcpretty is not working with Jenkins. Is there any additional setup have you done?

          -allowProvisioningUpdates -enableCodeCoverage YES ONLY_ACTIVE_ARCH=YES test -list | xcpretty --report junit && exit ${PIPESTATUS[0]}

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          pinkeshgjr Pinkesh added a comment - - edited Urmil Shah  I am using Jenkins locally. I tried adding -r junit in Custom xcodebuild arguments. Still same error, lool like xcpretty is not working with Jenkins. Is there any additional setup have you done? -allowProvisioningUpdates -enableCodeCoverage YES ONLY_ACTIVE_ARCH=YES test -list | xcpretty --report junit && exit ${PIPESTATUS [0] }
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          pinkeshgjr Pinkesh added a comment - - edited

          Urmil Shah i just removed xcode from jenkins and added execute shell command in configuration and it works fine.

          xcodebuild -workspace myproject.xcworkspace -scheme myprojectTests -destination 'platform=iOS Simulator,name=iPhone 12 Pro' -enableCodeCoverage YES test | xcpretty --report junit && exit ${PIPESTATUS[0]}

          Now i am facing some other issue like below. 
          xcodebuild[99034:318512] NSFileHandle couldn't write. Exception: *** -[_NSStdIOFileHandle writeData:]: Broken pipe

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          pinkeshgjr Pinkesh added a comment - - edited Urmil Shah  i just removed xcode from jenkins and added execute shell command in configuration and it works fine. xcodebuild -workspace myproject.xcworkspace -scheme myprojectTests -destination 'platform=iOS Simulator,name=iPhone 12 Pro' -enableCodeCoverage YES test | xcpretty --report junit && exit ${PIPESTATUS [0] } Now i am facing some other issue like below.  xcodebuild [99034:318512] NSFileHandle couldn't write. Exception: *** - [_NSStdIOFileHandle writeData:] : Broken pipe
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          urmil025 Urmil Shah added a comment -

          That seems to be something in your code. I see some solutions on Stackoverflow. 

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          urmil025 Urmil Shah added a comment - That seems to be something in your code. I see some solutions on Stackoverflow. 
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          pinkeshgjr Pinkesh added a comment -

          Urmil Shah There was issue with path. It works fine now but is there any way to generate code coverage report?

           

          xcodebuild -workspace MyProject.xcworkspace -scheme MyProjectTests -destination 'platform=iOS Simulator,name=iPhone 12 Pro' -derivedDataPath DerivedData/ -enableCodeCoverage YES test | /usr/local/bin/xcpretty --report junit --output test-reports/reports.xml && exit ${PIPESTATUS[0]}

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          pinkeshgjr Pinkesh added a comment - Urmil Shah  There was issue with path. It works fine now but is there any way to generate code coverage report?   xcodebuild -workspace MyProject.xcworkspace -scheme MyProjectTests -destination 'platform=iOS Simulator,name=iPhone 12 Pro' -derivedDataPath DerivedData/ -enableCodeCoverage YES test | /usr/local/bin/xcpretty --report junit --output test-reports/reports.xml && exit ${PIPESTATUS [0] }

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