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A file can be typed as NUnit by adding the NUnit type to the artifact rule. For example, if I want my tests.xml to be a NUnit artifact and this xml is in the output directory of the server's workspace, I would use the following artifact rule:  nunit | output\tests.xml

Note that any : Any non-NUnit files that are given the NUnit type will not display correctly. This type should only be used for NUnit xml files.


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