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  2. JENKINS-48673

Nodes status are not displayed correctly after aborting an input step

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      Using the following pipeline definition

      stage('Build') {
        node {
          sh "echo Building things"
        }
      }
      stage('Post Build') {
        parallel "integration tests": {
          node {
            sh 'echo integrations tests'
          }
        }, "consumer tests": {
          echo "consumer tests"
          parallel "consumer-subtest-1": {
            node {
              sh 'echo consumer-subtest-1'
            }
          }, "consumer-subtest-2": {
            node {
              input 'Abort?'
              sh 'echo consumer-subtest-2'
            }
          }, "consumer-subtest-3": {
            node {
              sh 'echo consumer-subtest-3'
            }
          }, failFast: false
        }, failFast: false
      }
      

      Proceeding seems to work fine

      But aborting doesn't display correctly the status of "consumer-subtest-1", "consumer-subtest-2" and "consumer-subtest-3"

       consumer-subtest-1 should be green and is red
       consumer-subtest-2 should be red and is green
       consumer-subtest-3 should be green and is red

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            jamesdumay James Dumay added a comment -

            Darío Villadiego at the moment we are unable to accurately reflect the correct status of some stages and nodes. JENKINS-39203 is the umbrella ticket for all of these issues and is on our roadmap to solve.

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            jamesdumay James Dumay added a comment - Darío Villadiego at the moment we are unable to accurately reflect the correct status of some stages and nodes. JENKINS-39203 is the umbrella ticket for all of these issues and is on our roadmap to solve.

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                Reporter:
                dariver Darío Villadiego
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