I use the scanner to import test reports and coverage reports. When i have surefire reports and jacoco reports that’s fine and i see my data in sonaqube IHM.
But I run some tests thanks to JMeter and I would like to generate generic test execution reports related to these JMeter tests. The goal is to see these tests status and durations in Sonarqube UI.
The generic test execution reports is quite simple so I should be able to generate a report for each JMeter test file.
But I wonder what does test file names mean in the context of generic test execution reports ?
The JMeter files are my tests sources files but they are not JUnit tests files and they are not located in a folder listed in the sonar.tests properties.
Is the test file name something like a free field that can contain any value or is there constraints on it ?
Thanks for any help,
I looked to these questions but did not find my answer:
- SonarQube Could not import unit test report for xUnit
- Junit test reports not imported - #3 by mohanss08
- Unable to see junit tests results on the dashboard using gradle 7.X scanner on sonarqube 8.9 LTS - #6 by ganncamp