I execute automated test runs on a regular basis and need to share the results with my team on a confluence page.
It is sufficient to provide a link to the mht page or other instance of the log
These links need to be permanent, as for compliance they need to be instantly accessible a year or more from now
I'm just curious what other people approach a Log repo is
TC is set to save the last 20 Logs, I can't ask TC to save all logs as this would get very ugly
I would welcome any suggestions
I agree locally I only keep the last 20 longs just for memory reasons. But when executing via CI/CD like Jenkins we can store the MHT results on the jenkins server. I assume this is what you want to accomplish with Confluence?
Something similar as a temporary solution while I am waiting for my Jenkins server
At the moment I can export the .mht and upload it to my Confluence page but I would like to provide a link rather than increasing the page size on confluence