How to Send Extent Reports In Email Through Jenkins


How to send extent reports in email



In this article, we are again going to learn one of the interesting topic on how to send Extent Report as an attachment in email with Jenkins.

Before going further I assume you already have install and configure email notifications on your Jenkins server. 


To know how to install and configure email notifications on your Jenkins server click on this link.



To do the configuration for sending out extent report on email we need to follow below steps:

1)    Login into Jenkins.

2)    Create New project.

3)    Under General Section, Click on Advanced Button.


4)    Click on checkbox to Use Custom workspace and provide the path of your custom workspace from where we wanted to pick up the report.



5)    Provide the path of your extent report in attachments section Under Editable email notification section.


6)    Build your Jenkins job.

7)    Once the job execution is completed, we would be able to see extent report as attachment in our mailbox.






  





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Anonymous
August 21, 2020 at 2:14 PM

How we can add failed screenshot.png to html report , because in report.html there are failed test screenshot missing.

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