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I need to generate decent test-reports (HTML) using Maven, not those uglies XML's. I used to do it using Ant, but I wonder if already exists the same feature in Maven. I know I can use maven site:generate, but it produces a lot of other things, and I just want the test reports
[ July 20, 2005: Message edited by: Tiago Fernandez ] [ July 20, 2005: Message edited by: Tiago Fernandez ]
Originally posted by Tiago Fernandez: I know I can use maven site:generate, but it produces a lot of other things, and I just want the test reports
I include a maven.xml file in the same top level directory that has the project.xml file. In here, you can de-register some reports that you don't want to be included when you run site:generate.
In my case, I de-register all the reports that rely on CVS access because late last year we upgraded our version of CVS which introduced date-parsing problems for all of these maven CVS reports. So instead of generating the website and having empty reports for these categories, I de-register them from the build task. This is what my maven.xml looks like, you should be able to customize to remove the reports that you are not interested in by using this as a template: