I've spent a while trying to get my Jenkins view to show the information I want about my test jobs, however I can't find a way to concisely display test results graphically. I am currently using Dashboard View image portlets to link to the graphs generated at job/<job-name>/test/trend, however this is still quite limited. I also have Test Results Analyzer which generates some nice graphs, but this required navigating to a separate page for each job. What I would like is the ability to include the horizontal bar from the Test Results Analyzer 'build status' chart for the latest build as a column in the jobs table, something like this: job table idea Does anyone know if there is any tool or plugin to produce something like that?

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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.

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Here is another one which looks promising: https://jenkins.io/blog/2016/01/10/beautiful-jenkins-dashboard/

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