File an Issue even when the job completed successfully

Assume, you have a CI/CD script, which completed on every stage successfully. Of course, you have a close inspection on the log files and find out, that you made a logical error, missed some tests, test the wrong file, …

Therefore, I would be super nice, to have a button, to immediately file an issue on that //successful// completed job, as if it was an unsuccessful job. As you might have noticed, when a job encounters errors, such a button is presented and some standard text as job number and such is inserted into the issue.

Go to project page → CI/CD → Jobs, select a pipeline, which reported a failure. Open the job, that had the failure (indicated by the red x in the circle). You will be presented with the log of the job. On the right hand side, you have some information about the job and a button, to start editing an issue.

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Compare this to a successful job. There is no such button.

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  • What version are you on? Are you using self-managed or
    • GitLab (Hint: /help): GitLab Community Edition 14.6.1

Hi @titanic-jb

This is a nice idea! New features don’t get picked up on this forum though, you’ll need to file and issue on the main GitLab repo.

Issue #352723 is opened. :slight_smile:

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