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  2. JENKINS-33900

save/apply button is missing when editing mutibranch jobs created inside a github organization folder

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      It seems that even if there is a menu item named "Edit Configuration" for the jobs created by the multibranch plugin, the configuration pages are missing any save/apply buttons, very confusing and annoying.

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            senyor Andrei Kuziakov added a comment -

            How to use GitLab integration with Jenkins declarative pipeline? I cannot find working documentation about this.

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            senyor Andrei Kuziakov added a comment - How to use GitLab integration with Jenkins declarative pipeline? I cannot find working documentation about this.
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            mdesanti Matias De Santi added a comment -

            Another use case I'm facing is the ability of configuring project-specific access. I have a situation where a user does not belong to our organization but he still works for us in a specific project. Given the current configuration, I can either give that user no access at all to all of my organization's builds or he can see all of them. I would love to change this specifically in the project he's working. The final configuration would be something like this:

            • At the organization level, anyone belonging to my organization can see all the builds.
            • If a person does not belong to my organization, then I would link to give that person access to the builds of the project he is working on. Not all the organization's.

             

            Is there any way to do this currently?

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            mdesanti Matias De Santi added a comment - Another use case I'm facing is the ability of configuring project-specific access. I have a situation where a user does not belong to our organization but he still works for us in a specific project. Given the current configuration, I can either give that user no access at all to all of my organization's builds or he can see all of them. I would love to change this specifically in the project he's working. The final configuration would be something like this: At the organization level, anyone belonging to my organization can see all the builds. If a person does not belong to my organization, then I would link to give that person access to the builds of the project he is working on. Not all the organization's.   Is there any way to do this currently?
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            jglick Jesse Glick added a comment -

            Matias De Santi no. This would require some kind of github-oauth integration.

            Brian Michaud repo folder configuration is effectively available in particular cases, but not in general.

            All of these discussions are off topic for this issue, which was about the Save and Apply buttons.

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            jglick Jesse Glick added a comment - Matias De Santi no. This would require some kind of github-oauth integration. Brian Michaud repo folder configuration is effectively available in particular cases, but not in general. All of these discussions are off topic for this issue, which was about the Save and Apply buttons.
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            zack Zack Snyder added a comment -

            Jesse Glick
            How do I trigger (or configure) a nightly build (build every midnight) via blue ocean?

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            zack Zack Snyder added a comment - Jesse Glick How do I trigger (or configure) a nightly build (build every midnight) via blue ocean?
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            jglick Jesse Glick added a comment -

            A user list question.

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            jglick Jesse Glick added a comment - A user list question.

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                jglick Jesse Glick
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                ssbarnea Sorin Sbarnea
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