In previous article, we have seen executing testng.xml from jenkins, Now we will publish the TestNG results using Jenkins TestNG Plugin. This plug-in allows us to publish TestNG results generated using org.testng.reporters.XMLReporter. It helps us see a summary of passed/fail tests as well as passed/fail configuration methods.
Once TestNG plug-in is configured, we can other also configure advanced properties like 'Show Failed Builds?', 'Mark build as unstable on Skipped config/test methods?', 'Escape exception messages?' etc. You can find more details in Jenkins testng-plugin
Let us now see how to configure 'testng-plugin for jenkins' and execute simple program to to see the TestNg Results.
Before proceeding to configure, make sure you have installed Jenkins testng-plugin. You can check here for more details on installing plug-in in Jenkins
After installing testng-plugin, you should be able to view the plug-in in list of installed plug-ins as below : -
Once it is done, now One step that we need to add to the previous article is to “Add post Build Action” and select “Publish TestNG Results” option.' [You only see this option once the plug-in is installed successfully]
After selecting “Publish TestNG Results” option, you should be able to see TestNG XML report pattern which is filled with '**/testng-results.xml' as below along with 'Advanced' button.
That's all we need to Publish TestNG Results in Jenkins. Now click on Build now to view TestNG results. Once the job execution is completed successfully, we should see a link to View TestNG Results as below:
Advanced Parameters in TestNG Plugin
You can click on 'Advanced' button to configure other parameters if required. Example: In the options, if we select 'Mark build as unstable on Skipped tests?', Even if there is any single test is Skipped, it will mark the build as 'Unstable'.
Here is how it shows the unstable build if result has skipped test after execution : -
Hope this article helped you. Feel free to comment for any queries. Thank You.