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  2. JENKINS-57698

Results are not saving in the mentioned directory after the execution in Execute Microfocus Test from Filesystem

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      Hi Team,

      Results are not saving in the defined Result directory after the execution in Execute Microfocus Test from File system.

      Instead the result is saving in Jenkins workspace directory. Please let me know if you need more informations.

       

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          tanmoy08 tanmoy roy added a comment -
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          tanmoy08 tanmoy roy added a comment - Thanks Rolando-Mihai Vlad
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          rolandomihaivlad Rolando-Mihai Vlad added a comment - Hello, Download it from  https://ci.appveyor.com/project/HPEbot/hp-application-automation-tools-plugin/builds/25288245/artifacts   Regards, Rolando
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          tanmoy08 tanmoy roy added a comment -

          hi Rolando-Mihai Vlad,

          Some how i was not able to followup with the steps u provided. Request u to please share the .hpi if possible.

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          tanmoy08 tanmoy roy added a comment - hi Rolando-Mihai Vlad , Some how i was not able to followup with the steps u provided. Request u to please share the .hpi if possible.
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          rolandomihaivlad Rolando-Mihai Vlad added a comment -

          Helllo,

          Download my repository https://github.com/vladrolando-mihai/hpe-application-automation-tools-plugin. You need to have maven installed: http://maven.apache.org/guides/getting-started/maven-in-five-minutes.html. Once your environment is set up, run mvn package -DskipTests on the root folder of the project.

           

          Regards,

          Rolando

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          rolandomihaivlad Rolando-Mihai Vlad added a comment - Helllo, Download my repository  https://github.com/vladrolando-mihai/hpe-application-automation-tools-plugin . You need to have maven installed:  http://maven.apache.org/guides/getting-started/maven-in-five-minutes.html . Once your environment is set up, run mvn package -DskipTests on the root folder of the project.   Regards, Rolando
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          tanmoy08 tanmoy roy added a comment - - edited

          Hello,

           

          Thanks for the update it would be great if  you can upload the .hpi file. I understand the constraint of uploading big files in JIRA. As i am very new to jenkins i have limited idea of what to do with the PR that you mentioned in the comments.

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          tanmoy08 tanmoy roy added a comment - - edited Hello,   Thanks for the update it would be great if  you can upload the .hpi file. I understand the constraint of uploading big files in JIRA. As i am very new to jenkins i have limited idea of what to do with the PR that you mentioned in the comments.

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              rolandomihaivlad Rolando-Mihai Vlad
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              tanmoy08 tanmoy roy
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