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  2. JENKINS-15634

Ignore aborted builds in age calculation for failing tests

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      When test fails in one build, then the second build is aborted - in the third one the age of a testcase failure will be 1 instead of 3 (example test could not be executed). In big projects with thousands of tests it is hard to determine the reason of failure in such situations as above. All the test results history is corrupted.

      Maybe It is a good idea to ignore aborted builds in age calculation.

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          nvrfrgt Kamil Janyga added a comment -

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          tomaszbech Tomasz Bech added a comment -

          It looks like regression.
          We are using 'Publish junit test result report'.

          After broken build all failed tests' AGE is reset to 1.

          Jenkins 1.596, but the problem was observed for over a year.

          In 'Build' section ant scritps are used.

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          tomaszbech Tomasz Bech added a comment - It looks like regression. We are using 'Publish junit test result report'. After broken build all failed tests' AGE is reset to 1. Jenkins 1.596, but the problem was observed for over a year. In 'Build' section ant scritps are used.

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              nvrfrgt Kamil Janyga
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