also have this same use case, trying to publish the report in Jenkins with HTML Publisher plugin. tarting process with:[java, -Xms512M, -Xmx512M, -jar, ApacheJMeter-4.0.jar, -d, /home/jenkins/workspace/QA_automation/Performance_Job_ISL/target/jmeter, -e, -j, /home/jenkins/workspace/QA_automation/Performance_Job_ISL/target/jmeter/logs/Jmeter.jmx.log, -l, /home/jenkins/workspace/QA_automation/Performance_Job_ISL/target/jmeter/results/Jmeter.csv, -n, -o, /home/jenkins/workspace/QA_automation/Performance_Job_ISL/target/jmeter/reports/Jmeter_20190130_051346, -t, /home/jenkins/workspace/QA_automation/Performance_Job_ISL/target/jmeter/testFiles/Jmeter.jmx]
What to use to get html report in HTML Publisher plugin... Please suggest HTML directory to archive & Index page[s]
Sound like you need to update to the latest version of the plugin which creates a fixed path for reports:
Hi guys, I recently started using the plugin. really helpful for sure but I have been seeing a few challenges.
#1. test results out from the maven plugin are not just same when compared with the same test script executed via JMeter client. anyone seen similar ? or noticed the other way around.
#2. I'm wondering if I can control dashboard report generation after the execution. the usecase is: I wanted to run 10 test scenarios via Jenkins on a single job by providing 10 multiple builds( definitely not parallel) - report generation of each test execution should be generated independent. So each time if the build is triggered - each test should run and create the report one after another for 10 times. Any suggestions will be helpful.
.jtlfiles using performance plugin on Jenkins, but at the same time I'll have to compromise with HTML report, as <generateReports>true</generateReports> setting is generating CSV by default. Thank you