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hypothesis: Test Results Aggregator - need help

webde...@gmail.com
I may have stumbled across the solution to a different conversation that I posted. I noticed that the number of recipients I include in the Recipients list of the Aggregator may be causing me trouble. Would someone be willing to test this hypothesis on their side, too?

I have included 1 email recipient, 11 email recipients, and 12 email recipients in my Test Results Aggregator. With 1 recipient, the job reports as successful and sends out an email; with 11 recipients, the job reports as successful and sends out an email; with 12 recipients, the job reports successful and does not send out an email.

Has anyone encountered a similar situation?

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Re: hypothesis: Test Results Aggregator - need help

Björn Pedersen
The code[1] definitly does not impose a limit. Does your  mailserver impose a limit on the number of recipients in a single mail? Is a mailing list involved, e.g mailmain often imposes a limit on the number of recipients...? 
Crank up logging and check the logs for reported errors.

Björn


[1] https://github.com/jenkinsci/test-results-aggregator-plugin/blob/master/src/main/java/com/jenkins/testresultsaggregator/reporter/MailNotification.java
[hidden email] schrieb am Dienstag, 16. März 2021 um 20:33:01 UTC+1:
I may have stumbled across the solution to a different conversation that I posted. I noticed that the number of recipients I include in the Recipients list of the Aggregator may be causing me trouble. Would someone be willing to test this hypothesis on their side, too?

I have included 1 email recipient, 11 email recipients, and 12 email recipients in my Test Results Aggregator. With 1 recipient, the job reports as successful and sends out an email; with 11 recipients, the job reports as successful and sends out an email; with 12 recipients, the job reports successful and does not send out an email.

Has anyone encountered a similar situation?

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Re: hypothesis: Test Results Aggregator - need help

webde...@gmail.com
thank you for this feedback. it will help me resolve this issue!

On Wednesday, March 17, 2021 at 2:08:32 AM UTC-5 [hidden email] wrote:
The code[1] definitly does not impose a limit. Does your  mailserver impose a limit on the number of recipients in a single mail? Is a mailing list involved, e.g mailmain often imposes a limit on the number of recipients...? 
Crank up logging and check the logs for reported errors.

[hidden email] schrieb am Dienstag, 16. März 2021 um 20:33:01 UTC+1:
I may have stumbled across the solution to a different conversation that I posted. I noticed that the number of recipients I include in the Recipients list of the Aggregator may be causing me trouble. Would someone be willing to test this hypothesis on their side, too?

I have included 1 email recipient, 11 email recipients, and 12 email recipients in my Test Results Aggregator. With 1 recipient, the job reports as successful and sends out an email; with 11 recipients, the job reports as successful and sends out an email; with 12 recipients, the job reports successful and does not send out an email.

Has anyone encountered a similar situation?

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Re: hypothesis: Test Results Aggregator - need help

webde...@gmail.com
currently, there are no errors in the console output from the job. the job marks itself as a success

On Friday, March 19, 2021 at 11:52:11 AM UTC-5 [hidden email] wrote:
thank you for this feedback. it will help me resolve this issue!

On Wednesday, March 17, 2021 at 2:08:32 AM UTC-5 [hidden email] wrote:
The code[1] definitly does not impose a limit. Does your  mailserver impose a limit on the number of recipients in a single mail? Is a mailing list involved, e.g mailmain often imposes a limit on the number of recipients...? 
Crank up logging and check the logs for reported errors.

[hidden email] schrieb am Dienstag, 16. März 2021 um 20:33:01 UTC+1:
I may have stumbled across the solution to a different conversation that I posted. I noticed that the number of recipients I include in the Recipients list of the Aggregator may be causing me trouble. Would someone be willing to test this hypothesis on their side, too?

I have included 1 email recipient, 11 email recipients, and 12 email recipients in my Test Results Aggregator. With 1 recipient, the job reports as successful and sends out an email; with 11 recipients, the job reports as successful and sends out an email; with 12 recipients, the job reports successful and does not send out an email.

Has anyone encountered a similar situation?

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