Configuring a test task
Test tasks in Bamboo parse test data, and may run tests, using a particular testing framework.
- Java builder tasks in Bamboo (e.g. Maven) parse test information as part of the task. You do not need to configure a test task, if you have specified that test results will be produced as part of the builder task. However, you can configure a builder task to not produce test results and use a test task to parse the test data instead. For example, you may want to set up one JUnit Parser task to parse test data for a number of Maven tasks after they have executed.
- .Net builder tasks in Bamboo (e.g. NAnt) do not parse test information as part of the task. You must configure a test task (e.g. NUnit Parser), if you want test results from the builder task to be parsed.
See the following pages for more information on configuring specific test tasks:
Community test task plugins
There are numerous test task plugins available on the Atlassian Marketplace. These plugins are unsupported by Atlassian for the time being but the source code has been made freely available.
|Bamboo plugin||Testing framework||Languages and Platforms||Supported by Atlassian?||Source code||Issue tracking adding official support|
|Bamboo Xcode Task||OCUnit||Objective-C, Apple iOS, Cocoa and Mac OS X||NO||Available on Bitbucket||BAM-6149 - Provide official support for the Bamboo Xcode plugin Open|
|Bamboo Ruby Plugin||RSpec||Ruby||NO||Available on Github|
|Bamboo CppUnit Task||CppUnit||C++||NO||Available on Bitbucket||BAM-7839 - Support the CppUnit task plugin Open|
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