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From "Emmanuel Venisse" <>
Subject Re: How to make Continuum continue with the build even if there are some errors or failures?
Date Mon, 11 Feb 2008 22:00:11 GMT
Continuum check only the exit code. if it is 1, the process exit with errors
so Continuum stop.
If "-Dmaven.tests.ignore.failure=true" doesn't work, it is a surefire issue
that must be fixed in the plugin.


On Feb 11, 2008 10:43 PM, Tawfik, Sameh E <> wrote:

> I've a project that consists of few modules. When Continuum runs "mvn
> test" on these modules, the build stops when one of the modules junit
> tests fails or if it has some errors.
> Is there is a way to force continuum to ignore the error exit code when
> it counters an error or a failure when running the unit test on any one
> of the modules so it would continue and go to the next modules?
> Our goal is to have one report that covers the results of running the
> unit tests on all the modules.
> I tried "-Dmaven.tests.ignore.failure=true" parameter but it does not
> have any effect on Continuum. It seems that when Continuum detects an
> exit error or failure code, it stops the build, so it seems the key to
> fix this problem is to force Continuum to ignore the exit code value and
> continue with build.
> Does anyone know if this task can be done?
>  Thanks,
>      Sameh
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