I'm basically looking for something like this, but for SoapUI:

cucumber-reporting report for Cucumber test results

SoapUI displays results in a really nice way in it's GUI. Any chance of getting something similar for/when it runs on Jenkins?


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I accomplished a similar thing by running the SoapUI tests within the Maven Build


one of the outputs is "junitReport : Turns on creation of JUnit-reports, (true/false)" which will then let you use any of of the million JUnit graphing tools.

Hope that helps in finding your solution


Jenkins Performance Plugin can help with that.

Quote from plugin page:

Report formats supported:

  1. JMeter XML format
  2. JUnit format (used by Soapui for example)

I can't tell you more because I'm not using the plugin through SoapUI: I'm using this plugin for JMeter reporting in Jenkins, and it so happens that I've seen that it supports JUnuit format from SoapUI.

  • Could you give some more information about how useful you've found the plugin?
    – Kate Paulk
    Sep 11, 2014 at 17:57
  • Nope, sorry. I'm using this plugin for JMeter reporting in Jenkins, and it so happens that I've seen that it supports JUnit format from SoapUI.
    – weljkodj
    Sep 12, 2014 at 13:17

I can't give you specifics on how to exactly do it, but from what I've read, it is possible.

I checked the soapui.org forums and there is quite a bit of material available. Hope this helps!



EDIT: let me show you what I have done with my project. First of all my project is a SoapUI-Maven project, to automatically check a rest web service. So, in one of my steps tests, I wrote a line in a .csv with the result that I want to measure along time. With this csv holding the data, just had to set it up in a graphical chart, I have used HighCharts To load it in Jenkins , you have to install the 'anything-goes-formatter' plugin, which I think it has some security risks.

Finally got somthing like this: enter image description here

  • Please avoid link only answers
    – bish
    Sep 3, 2015 at 7:25
  • Ok, good to know, I just don't wanted to duplicate answers, but i guess you're right Sep 3, 2015 at 12:58
  • Duplicating answers on different sites is okay. Sometimes even on the same site it's okay.
    – corsiKa
    Sep 3, 2015 at 16:17

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