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Provide userName and shortDescription in Jenkins remote API job triggering

问题描述:

I know how to provide build parameters:

wget --post-data='json={"parameter": {"name": "testparam", "value": "HELLO"}}' http://jenkins/job/Job1/build?delay=0sec

But, is it possible to provide a shortDescription and userName in a Jenkins remote API build request via wget/curl?

How should it look like in json or xml? Is there any manual/guidance on the net?

I will use this in along with the problem described in Trigger dynamic set of jobs. I want to provide triggered job with the calling job name and build number.

网友答案:

You may consider using Jenkins CLI (http://[jenkins-host]/cli for help in the browser). You can specify a user to a build CLI command. I'm not sure what you mean by short description when starting a build, though.

Update: Please see Jenkins Wiki Authenticating Scripted Clients. I've created a user foobar ('full name' Foo Bar) and tried the following:

wget --auth-no-challenge --http-user=foobar --http-password=[apiToken] http://jenkins.yourcompany.com/job/your_job/build

Where the token is obtained from user configuration page: http://localhost:8081/user/foobar/configure. It worked. The user has to exist, though. Also, you must specify --auth-no-challenge option, otherwise it kicks off the build as anonymous. The status description says Started by user Foo Bar.

Another Update If everything else fails, you may consider the following workaround: start all builds via the Parameterized Trigger Plugin with an additional boolean parameter that tells the triggered job whether to run or not. In case the job is asked not to run it would fail immediately and call a 'clean-up' job passing to it the build info; the clean-up job then will delete the build from the system.

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