Investigating Build Problems
If you believe that your changes caused a build failure, you can start investigating the problem and inform other team members about that. You can also assign another team member as an investigator of the problem.
To start build problem investigation
- In the left pane of the Projects tab of the TeamCity tool window, right-click a failed build and select Investigate from the context menu.
- In the Investigate dialog box that opens, do the following:
From the Users list, select me if you believe that your changes caused a build failure, or select a team member that is supposed to be responsible for the build failure.
Under Comment, type an optional comment.
You can also start an investigation or change its status from the TeamCity server web UI. Learn more.
To investigate a failed test
In the the left pane of the Projects tab of the TeamCity tool window, select a failed build for which you want to examine the test report.
On the toolbar, click to open a dedicated tab with the build information (for details, see Opening Build Logs and Failed Test Results ).
In the dedicated tab that opens, examine the build logs and failed tests reports.
To investigate the build failure, on the toolbar, click and specify a user to investigate the problem.
To give up investigation
In the My Investigations Tab of the TeamCity tool window, select the failed build(s) you are investigating.
- On the context menu of the selection, choose .