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The instructions on this page describe how to view the build results for a Plan.

Every completed build has a build result:

  • 'Successful' — the code compiled, with or without errors, and all tests completed successfully.
  • 'Failed' — either the code did not compile, or at least one test failed.
  • 'Incomplete' — the build was not completed, e.g. it may have been stopped manually.

Additionally,

  • if the build result is 'Failed', and the previous build result was 'Successful', the build is said to be 'Broken'.
  • if the build result is 'Successful', and the previous build result was 'Failed', the build is said to be 'Fixed'.

On this page:

Viewing the Most Recent Job Build Result of a Plan

To view the most recent Job build result of a Plan:

  1. Go to the Dashboard.
  2. Locate the plan in the list, then click the Build Number.

Viewing all Build Results for a Plan

To view all build results for a plan:

  1. Navigate to the desired Plan, as described on Working with Plans. The ten most recent builds will be displayed in the 'Recent History' section on the 'Plan Summary' tab.
  2. Click the 'History' tab to view all builds for the Plan.

Viewing all Build Results for a Job

To view all build results for a Job:

  1. Navigate to the desired Job, as described on Working with Jobs. The ten most recent builds will be displayed in the 'Recent History' section on the 'Job Summary' tab.
  2. Click the 'History' tab to view all builds for the Job.

A build result looks like this:

Screenshot above: Build Result Summary

  • The 'Summary' tab (shown in the screenshot above) displays a snapshot of the build result. You can also click the 'Comment' button to add a comment.
    • The icon represents a successful build.
    • The icon represents a build that was not completed. For example, it may have been stopped manually.
    • The icon represents a failed build. If a build has failed, you can run the entire build again or rerun just the failed Stage.
  • Click the 'Tests' tab to view the build's test results.
  • Click the 'Changes' tab to view the code changes that triggered this build (if applicable).
  • Click the 'Artifacts' tab to view any artifacts relating to this build.
  • Click the 'Logs' tab to view a complete build log.
  • Click the 'Metadata' tab to view any metadata that relates to this build result.
  • Depending on how your Bamboo administrator has configured the system, the following additional tabs may be available:
    • Click the 'Issues' tab to view any JIRA issues that relate to this build result (if applicable).
    • Click the 'Clover' tab to view the Clover code-coverage that relate to this build result (if applicable).

Notes

Related Topics

Viewing the Code Changes that Triggered a Build
Viewing a Build's Artifacts
Viewing a Build Log
Viewing the Metadata for a Build Result
Rerunning a Failed Stage
Stopping an Active Job Build
Stopping an Active Plan Build