Jenkins plugin getting started tutorial

Jenkins plugin getting started tutorial

The following implementation is an alternative to using Jenkins CI with Jenkins if it is not possible to use Pulse. The plugin represents a simpler less feature rich integration.

For more information on the Pulse implementation please refer to Pulse experts: Running the Jenkins CI expert.

The following PDF document serves as a comprehensive introduction to using the Jenkins plugin and covers the following:


  - Install Jenkins against an existing Tomcat installation
  - Configure to run with Dimensions CM
  - Install the Plugin
  - Create a Jenkins Project
  - Integrate the Jenkins Project with a CM Project/Stream
  - Extend to produce a closed loop build

See the PDF Document for more information.

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CM 14.2: PULSE EXPERTS: RUNNING THE JENKINS CI EXPERT

CM 14.2: PULSE EXPERTS: RUNNING THE JENKINS CI EXPERT

Introducing the Jenkins CI Expert

In the seventh of a series of articles we are going to look at the Jenkins CI tool and how you can harness this technology from within Pulse. Allowing the user to be able to implement Continuous Integration and Continuous Inspection when delivering changes.

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SDA: New with 5.1.6: Jenkins Plugin Getting Started Tutorial

SDA: New with 5.1.6: Jenkins Plugin Getting Started Tutorial

Introduced with SDA 5.1.6 this new plugin allows a SDA process to call a Jenkins Build, and query the status plus any changes introduced by the build.

This 14 step document will systematically guide the reader the through the implementation and testing of an example process to call a Jenkins Build.

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SBM Orchestrations Calling RESTful Services

Back in SBM 10.1.3, we included a new feature to call REST web services with orchestrations.  The RESTCaller is included in the Composer interface after you upgrade.  You simply drag it onto your orchestration flow diagram and start to configure it the same way you do SOAP based web service calls.  Since this is essentially a wrapper, there is a little bit of translation that you will have to do.  There are two resources that you will want to reference. 

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Tom Clement
Great summary Erika.
Saturday, 16 May 2015 5:05 AM
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Tutorial implementing a Jenkins Build and SDA deployment using the Serena Deploy Plugin:

Tutorial implementing a Jenkins Build and SDA deployment using the Serena Deploy Plugin:

The PDF document describes the following steps

1. Installation of the Serena Deploy plugin

2. Configuration of the plugin

3. Creation of a simple Jenkins item

4, Configuring the item to create a component version

5. Extending the configuration to perform an SDA deployment

 

Click on the this LINK to access the document in PDF format. 

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Kathamuthu Raj
PDF link for the tutorial is broke, it seems. Getting 404 error.HTTP Status 404 - The requested resource (/resources/sites/KNOWLE... Read More
Friday, 22 May 2015 8:08 PM
Paul Caruana
Hello Kathamuthuthanks for letting me know. Link should be fixed now.Let me know if this is still a problem.Paul
Tuesday, 26 May 2015 8:08 AM
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