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allenj2020's avatar
9 months ago

JUnit output for TestComplete in Azure DevOps?

Hi all,   I'm trying to run TestComplete in Azure DevOps for the first time, formerly I was using Jenkins which gave me nicely formatted report output with the TestComplete plugin. I have my pipel...
  • allenj2020's avatar
    9 months ago

    I found a workaround.  In the Visual Studio Tests step I specified a fixed local folder on the (self-hosted) test machine as the 'Test results folder', then made that Shared so I can access it from my machine over the network.

    I can view the mht files published to that folder that correspond to any test failures reported in ADO, and just ignore the attached mhts in ADO.