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  1. Jenkins
  2. JENKINS-43892

Developer would like to see all successful test results

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    • New Feature
    • Status: Resolved (View Workflow)
    • Minor
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • blueocean-plugin
    • None
    • Jenkins ver. 2.46.2 (Docker-based)
    • Blue Ocean 1.5 - beta 2

    Description

      In many cases people want to see the full set of tests, including all passing tests. 

      Scope

      • Add a new paginatable section for "Passed" tests. Section should be below all other test sections.
      • Functional and unit tests to cover passed tests section.

      Original request
      In the classic version of Jenkins we grant access to our customers the test output. It's supposed to be some kind of proof that we implemented their feature requests. Furthermore, this is a possibility for them to verify that requested behaviour works as expected/specified in the requirements. In the classic verison one can always access published test results and also enter the output being produced in the tests. In blue ocean I only get a message that all tests succeeded when entering the "Test" tab (see attached screenshot).

      It would give value if one could access the tests and also enter the test output in any case. If it would be an Extension point one could provide their own implementation.

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            jamesdumay Cool! Somewhat related to this - to not slow down page loading, does this only load a partial list at first, with the possibility to load the full list, if wanted? We have thousands of tests.

            ccaraivan Costin Caraivan added a comment - jamesdumay Cool! Somewhat related to this - to not slow down page loading, does this only load a partial list at first, with the possibility to load the full list, if wanted? We have thousands of tests.

            This looks cool - In order to see this - is this coming from a junit generated file?

            dragoonis Paul Dragoonis added a comment - This looks cool - In order to see this - is this coming from a junit generated file?
            rodrigc Craig Rodrigues added a comment - - edited

            michaelneale jamesdumay undera

            I am a heavy user of the Performance Plugin https://wiki.jenkins.io/display/JENKINS/Performance+Plugin

             

            Right now, the Performance Plugin creates a new link for each job such as:

            [https://jenkinshost/job/jobName/247/performance/

            T|https://jenkinshost/job/jobName/performance/]here are screenshots of what the Performance Plugin produces here: https://wiki.jenkins.io/display/JENKINS/Performance+Plugin?focusedCommentId=135470852#comment-135470852

             

            At this link there are graphs and tables listed which display the performance results.

            Is it possible to view the test results of the Performance Plugin in the BlueOcean UI?

             

            This would be extremely useful.

            rodrigc Craig Rodrigues added a comment - - edited michaelneale jamesdumay undera I am a heavy user of the Performance Plugin https://wiki.jenkins.io/display/JENKINS/Performance+Plugin   Right now, the Performance Plugin creates a new link for each job such as: [https://jenkinshost/job/jobName/247/performance/ T|https://jenkinshost/job/jobName/performance/]here are screenshots of what the Performance Plugin produces here:  https://wiki.jenkins.io/display/JENKINS/Performance+Plugin?focusedCommentId=135470852#comment-135470852   At this link there are graphs and tables listed which display the performance results. Is it possible to view the test results of the Performance Plugin in the BlueOcean UI?   This would be extremely useful.
            michaelneale Michael Neale added a comment -

            dragoonis yes - any junit/xunit type xml report file that is archived by the test archiver (usually a step like: junit 'path/to/stuff') will work with this. 

            hey rodrigc interesting. That is worthy of a fresh ticket. Perhaps you could team up with imeredith who was looking at ways to add data driven extension points so that other plugins could add links to the performance report pages. Would it be enough that the results screen (somewhere...) has links to /performance to start with? (ie no new screens, just links?)

             

             

            michaelneale Michael Neale added a comment - dragoonis yes - any junit/xunit type xml report file that is archived by the test archiver (usually a step like: junit 'path/to/stuff') will work with this.  hey rodrigc interesting. That is worthy of a fresh ticket. Perhaps you could team up with imeredith who was looking at ways to add data driven extension points so that other plugins could add links to the performance report pages. Would it be enough that the results screen (somewhere...) has links to /performance to start with? (ie no new screens, just links?)    
            rodrigc Craig Rodrigues added a comment - michaelneale I filed JENKINS-50589

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