Jenkins Test Result Analyzer Plugin


Jenkins Test Result Analyzer Plugin

While executing our tests on Jenkins many of time test fails on particular builds. Now if you want to check that when a particular test-case, test-class or a test-package has failed you may need to go to each and every build report and check for the result.



This process is very cumbersome and may take a lot of time to get the report. This plugin solves the said issue by showing the build result history of test-class, test-class, and test-package in a tabular tree format. The plugin can be used enabling the "Publish JUnit results" or "Publish TestNG results"(in case of TestNG) feature of Jenkins.
It allows users to filter the results based on passed, failed and skipped status. 



To Configure Test Result analyzer in Jenkins we need to follow below steps:
1)    Log in into Jenkins-->Manage Jenkins and Install Test Result Analyzer Plugin. Please make sure to restart Jenkins after plugin installation.


2)    After installation either create any new Jenkins Job and execute it or in any existing Job we would be able to see the option of the Test Result Analyzer.







For more detail on this plugin, please visit their official Page.






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December 12, 2018 at 9:16 AM

Nice Article with step by step explanation.
Look other nice article for Jenkins Security @ https://onclick360.com/jenkins-security-and-hide-jobs/

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January 13, 2019 at 5:33 PM

awesome,i was used this plugin before!

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May 26, 2020 at 10:19 PM

Hi, Is there any way if I would like to Publish Test Result Analyzer via Email? If yes please share the steps

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August 21, 2020 at 7:23 AM

I have the same question as above ."Is there any way if I would like to Publish Test Result Analyzer via Email? If yes please share the steps"

or to be more specific

I am stuck at sending dashboard.html (from extent report) in email body. We receive the email with dashboard but CSS is broken . How to fix this? .

I was looking for test result analyzer as alternative

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