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We would like to set the additional status other than success/Failure/Abort on each build job step. Where we would like to set optional desired status. We will create required status using settings satuses and re-validate the output logs set the desired status to buildjob step and also the overall status with desired status.
2. In the information radiator also we have only few status, where in we would expecting the other desired status updated should be visible on each build.
3. Overall build status on the project dashboard is complete, Failure or aborted. We would anticipated it should display the desired output status across the project.
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