If you have integrated Rally with a build system such as Jenkins, this dashboard provides a report of build success and build statistics which can be filtered by 30 day, 90 day, or release-based time periods.
Build definition summary
The left side of the Build Dashboard app lists any build definitions associated with the current projects in scope. Statistics are listed next to each definition. These statistics represent the most recent 20 builds created during the last two weeks. Use your cursor to resize columns.
|Name||Name of the build definition|
|Last Build||The most recent build result (successful or failure)|
|Recent||The number of successful builds/total builds during the last two weeks (up to 20); displays in green text if the majority of the builds were successful, red text if the majority failed|
To see the details of a build definition, click the row of the build on the left side of the page. A chart and additional statistics display on the right.
Use the radio buttons at the top of the page to filter the chart and data. You may filter builds by the last 30 days, the last 90 days, or only see builds created during a given release. When the release option is selected, use the drop-down menu to select the release.
A bar chart of all build successes and failures displays when builds are found in the given filter criteria:
- The x axis displays dates that builds were generated
- The y axis displays the number of builds
- Green sections of the bar represent successful builds, red sections represent failed builds
- The number of successful builds and total builds are displayed in the upper-right corner
Additional build statistics display below the bar chart. Resize columns with your cursor.
|Build #||The build number for the currently-selected definition|
|Date||The day and time the build was generated|
|Durations||The time, in seconds, that it took to create the build|
|Status||The result of the build: success or failure|
Use the Auto Height setting to automatically adjust the vertical space of the app based on the amount of visible data