Azure Release Pipeline - How do you archive your test reports?

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uha
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Azure Release Pipeline - How do you archive your test reports?

Post by uha » Tue Jul 19, 2022 4:18 pm

Dear all,
how do you archive your test reports when UI Tests are executed by Azure release pipeline?

Some background information:
  • I use a build pipeline to build the Ranorex solution and save it as artifact.
  • I use this artifact in a release pipeline to run the UI tests.
My thoughts:
  • I could store the reports on a network drive or Azure storage - but I guess there are better solutions.
  • The official Ranorex documentation https://www.ranorex.com/help/latest/int ... -pipeline/ uses only a build pipeline and stores the reports as an artifact. I like that the reports are directly linked to the build as an artifact and therefore everything is traceable in the future. But I would like to keep build and release pipeline separated.
:?: How do you manage your reports in Azure release pipelines?
:idea: Any thoughts and ideas are welcome!

Thanks in advance!