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    by Hutuleac Iuliusfor Bamboo Server 6.0.0 - 6.7.2 and more versions
    Versions available for Bamboo Server 5.7.2 - 5.15.7
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    Generic log parser that can treat each log line as a test case

    Generic log parser that can treat each log line as a test case

    Generic log parser that can treat each log line as a test case

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    Simple file parsing and test case handling for generic test result formats.

    Just select the files, create a regular expression matching lines that should be treated as failed test cases and lines that should be treated as passed test cases.

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    by Raphael Fourdrilis on 2017-06-19
    I'm pretty sure this add-on is great, but I can't seem to find the task when creating a Job. I've tried retinstalling, rebooting the server, pausing before installing etc ... The file is in my lib folder, but nothing appears in the Tasks ~
    1 out of 2 found this review helpful
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    by Peter N on 2017-01-17
    Simple and does the job.
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    by Mark Almquist on 2018-05-02
    Update to my review: Upgraded the parser add-on to 4 stars. The problem I had was that the text file I was outputting and being used by the generic parser was UTF-8, and needed to be ASCII. Works great now--the author was very responsive. Original review: I'm new to Bamboo (I previously worked with Jenkins). The generic parser looks like a good starting point for parsing test results, with a simple set of regular expressions for configuring it. (And I appreciate the author posting it.) If does not, however, fail a test when a line in an output file contains text that should be seen by the Error Mask. I cannot find any documentation or community support--a working example setup would be helpful.
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    Hutuleac Iulius

    Try this build:

    ScriptTask:

    echo 'ok 1st line

    not ok on second line

    not okish on third line' > output.txt

    And now we parse:

    Line Mask (REGEX defining lines of log processed) (required) .*[a-z]+.*

    Error Mask (REGEX defining a line as a failed test case) (required) ^[a-z]+ ok.*

    Non Error Mask (REGEX defining errors that can be ignored) (required) .*okish.*

    Filename pattern (required) *.*

    Split line in tokens using this character (eg. "," in a CSV file) (required) ,

    Which token should be used in the Test Name (eg. 3 ) (required) 2

    by Joshua Bouganim on 2018-03-09
    as a response to the review below, it doesnt show up when you click the Tests category of tasks but it does show up when viewing all tasks http://prntscr.com/ip1sbf
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    Hutuleac Iulius

    Hi Joshua,

    I will check it and try to set category to the test parsers.

    Julius

    by Raphael Fourdrilis on 2017-06-19
    I'm pretty sure this add-on is great, but I can't seem to find the task when creating a Job. I've tried retinstalling, rebooting the server, pausing before installing etc ... The file is in my lib folder, but nothing appears in the Tasks ~
    1 out of 2 found this review helpful
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    by Peter N on 2017-01-17
    Simple and does the job.
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    by Raphael Fourdrilis on 2017-06-19
    I'm pretty sure this add-on is great, but I can't seem to find the task when creating a Job. I've tried retinstalling, rebooting the server, pausing before installing etc ... The file is in my lib folder, but nothing appears in the Tasks ~
    1 out of 2 found this review helpful
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    by Peter N on 2017-01-17
    Simple and does the job.
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    Version 1.9 Bamboo Server 6.0.0 - 6.7.2 Released 2018-06-07

    Summary

    Set stdout of testcase to line matched

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