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  2. JENKINS-31779

javax.servlet.ServletException Caused by: org.apache.commons.jelly.JellyTagException: in PIT Mutation Report

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      Steps followed :
      1.Installed PIT Mutation Plugin ---version :1.0-13.
      2. Ran Pit tests , which generated mutations.xml and other html files in (target/pit-reports/*)
      3. Click on the ninja icon(PIT Mutation Report) in Jenkins job.
      4. getting below exception

      Caused by: org.apache.commons.jelly.JellyTagException: jar:file:/upapps/tmx/ci/plugins/pitmutation/WEB-INF/lib/classes.jar!/org/jenkinsci/plugins/pitmutation/PitProjectAction/nodata.jelly:4:64: <st:include> No page found 'sidepanel.jelly' for class org.jenkinsci.plugins.pitmutation.PitProjectAction

      Please find attached stack trace .

      Thanks,
      Firozkhan

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            seanf Sean Flanigan added a comment -

            Seems like it might be a duplicate.

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            seanf Sean Flanigan added a comment - Seems like it might be a duplicate.
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            mbreevoort Michel Breevoort added a comment - - edited

            Andrew Khalymon Thnx, with version 1.1.9 it works

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            mbreevoort Michel Breevoort added a comment - - edited Andrew Khalymon Thnx, with version 1.1.9 it works
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            ilubenets Igor Lubenets added a comment -

            Andrew Khalymon yes, it works on version 1.1.9. Thanks a lot!

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            ilubenets Igor Lubenets added a comment - Andrew Khalymon yes, it works on version 1.1.9. Thanks a lot!
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            akhalymon Andrew Khalymon added a comment -

            Igor Lubenets to workaround this issue I suggest just to downgrade maven.pitest.plugin.version to 1.1.9

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            akhalymon Andrew Khalymon added a comment - Igor Lubenets to workaround this issue I suggest just to downgrade maven.pitest.plugin.version to 1.1.9
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            ilubenets Igor Lubenets added a comment -

            Hello Edward Kimber,

            could you please say, when are you going to release new version? We have the same problem as described.

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            ilubenets Igor Lubenets added a comment - Hello Edward Kimber , could you please say, when are you going to release new version? We have the same problem as described.

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              • Assignee:
                edwardk Edward Kimber
                Reporter:
                firozkhan408 firoz khan
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