[101715] Need a way to identify which performance failed to run
diff --git a/archive/org.eclipse.wtp.releng/performance/build.xml b/archive/org.eclipse.wtp.releng/performance/build.xml
index 4295708..35871b0 100644
--- a/archive/org.eclipse.wtp.releng/performance/build.xml
+++ b/archive/org.eclipse.wtp.releng/performance/build.xml
@@ -49,6 +49,8 @@
     <condition property="basearch" value="x86">
       <os family="windows"/>
     </condition>
+    <mkdir dir="${basedir}/org.eclipse.wtp.releng/results/xml"/>
+    <copy file="${basedir}/org.eclipse.wtp.releng/testScripts/JUNIT.XSL" tofile="${basedir}/org.eclipse.wtp.releng/results/xml/JUNIT.XSL" overwrite="true"/>
     <ant antfile="${basedir}/org.eclipse.wtp.releng/cruise.xml" dir="${basedir}/org.eclipse.wtp.releng" target="performance">
       <property name="build.home" value="${basedir}"/>
       <property name="buildType" value="${buildType}"/>
@@ -60,7 +62,10 @@
       <property name="basearch" value="${basearch}"/>
     </ant>
     <property file="${basedir}/org.eclipse.wtp.releng/buildAll.properties"/>
-    <mkdir dir="${basedir}/publish"/>
+    <mkdir dir="${basedir}/publish/${buildType}-${buildId}-${date}${time}"/>
+    <copy todir="${basedir}/publish/${buildType}-${buildId}-${date}${time}" failonerror="false">
+      <fileset dir="${basedir}/org.eclipse.wtp.releng" includes="results/**/*"/>
+    </copy>
     <copy todir="${basedir}/publish" failonerror="false">
       <fileset dir="${basedir}/${build.current}-${buildType}/${build.directory}" includes="${buildType}-${buildId}-${date}${time}/**/*" excludes="**/*.zip"/>
     </copy>
diff --git a/archive/org.eclipse.wtp.releng/testScripts/test.xml b/archive/org.eclipse.wtp.releng/testScripts/test.xml
index 580545a..a17c702 100644
--- a/archive/org.eclipse.wtp.releng/testScripts/test.xml
+++ b/archive/org.eclipse.wtp.releng/testScripts/test.xml
@@ -98,7 +98,6 @@
 	<target name="runperftests">
 		<antcall target="setupPerformance"/>
 		<antcall target="runtests">
-			<param name="genHtml.disable" value="true"/>
 		</antcall>
 	</target>