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Form above explanation it seems that failed-testng.xml gets deleted when you re-run your tests in Post task under Jenkins, because when you run "mvn clean" it will delete the target folder where failed-testng.xml was present. To verify this you need to access the Jenkins workspace, but your software testing company might not have the access to it. Further ...


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Just for anyone who stumbles across this question. The solution I have integrated into my environment is the following, and its quite easy. I have used the Build Flow plugin to create a Build Flow job. I have created 3 Maven style jobs, each job pointing to a different XML file which contain different test classes. In the Build Flow job I was able to add ...


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I have used a Build Flow plugin to create a Build Flow job. Within the Build Flow job I was able to specify 3 other Maven Jobs to run parallel. This meant I had 3 Maven jobs that where pointing to 3 different XML files that contained different test cases. With the Build Flow job I was also to set these jobs to run parallel with each other, thus achieving ...


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Jenkins has an API with which you can make your own radiator dashboard view. I don't think you can build what you want with the standard plugins. Some developers already created external views with the API. Maybe something like this is what you are looking for. Should be relative easy for a developer to extend. Here is another one which looks promising: ...



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