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Build Python project in Jenkins, pychar output is normal and Jenkins output modulenotfounderror: no module named problem

2022-05-15 02:37:19Koki can test a rookie

jenkins and python Integration of :
One 、 Build a new task , A new task of building a free style
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Two 、 Configure the newly created task
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3、 ... and 、 Time configuration
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Four 、windows Run the code , Click save
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5、 ... and 、 structure
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6、 ... and 、 View results
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7、 ... and 、 Wrong report . In red , Execution success is blue .
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8、 ... and 、 The correct code should be :

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Nine 、 In our execution python In the process of : The code format is generally written like this :
First cd The path to our execution project , Again python + Execute our documents

cd E:\python\project\api_tow\

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in addition : About ,Pycharm Output normal and jenkins Output ModuleNotFoundError: No module named problem :

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Need our code front Plus the path : First line position , First line position , First line position , Say important things three times ! It's a pit ! So be sure to put it in the front , Otherwise jenkins The path to the code cannot be found
This is how it is written :

import sys
# This is my executable path :E:\\python\\project ; This is a python Third party download path :D:\\python\\Lib\\site-packages; This is my python Own library path :D:\\python\\Lib ; This is the third-party download path :C:\\Users\\ZF-JS\\AppData\\Roaming\\Python\\Python38\\site-packages; Put it all on , It must be good 

#  Then there's your code 
import unittest
import HTMLTestRunner
suite = unittest.TestSuite()
loader = unittest.TestLoader()

Be careful : The execution file should use the superior path , There are many ways to find the superior path , To look good , give an example :

#  The first one is :
import os

#  The second kind  
import os
test_case_path = os.path.split(os.path.split(os.path.split(os.path.realpath(__file__))[0])[0])[0]

If not enough, you can add , The straight point is to find the path of our following project :
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Come here , Basically, it's OK 了

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