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Now we use new format for links to build artifacts. The change was done to support Ivy and dependent builds (see below). The documentation for the new format is available here.

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TeamCity data directory

TeamCity data directory can be configured in two ways:

  1. Using system property teamcity.data.path passed to TeamCity via JVM option
  2. Using environment variable TEAMCITY_DATA_PATH

The default value for TeamCity data directory is $HOME/.BuildServer where $HOME points to user's home directory.

Duplicates runner - Web UI

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From now, duplicates results are available in the Web UI. You can easily open file with duplicates in IDE, by clicking the link near file with duplicate.

Dependent builds and Ivy integration

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  1. In your build script, add a task which archives your whole report into some zip or jar file. Let's name this file "report.zip" (this is step is required if your report contains hundreds of files)
  2. For the build configuration, which produces such a report, add "report.zip" (or name of directory with report files) to Artifact paths of this build.
  3. In $HOME/.BuildServer/config/main-config.xml add the following line within <server> tag:
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    <report-tab title="A Report" basePath="report.zip" startPage="index.htm" />
    <report-tab title="A Report2" basePath="reportDir" startPage="index.html" />
    
    In this line, "title" is title of the tab and it should be unique, "startPage" specifies relative path of start page within zip file or in directory with report files. Default value for startPage is index.html.

Duplicates runner - Web UI

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From now, duplicates results are available in the Web UI. You can easily open file with duplicates in IDE, by clicking the link near file with duplicate.

Possibility to clone projects

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Add "Run" button to configuration screens

LDAP authentication

TeamCity data directory

TeamCity data directory can be configured in two ways:

  1. Using system property teamcity.data.path passed to TeamCity via JVM option
  2. Using environment variable TEAMCITY_DATA_PATH

The default value for TeamCity data directory is $HOME/.BuildServer where $HOME points to user's home directory.