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  1. Jenkins
  2. JENKINS-53336

inedo-buildmaster - trigger deployment always returns that job was aborted if job had warnings on BuildMaster

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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Closed (View Workflow)
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Labels:
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    • Environment:
      BuildMaster 6.0.10
      Jenkins 2.121.3
      inedo-buildmaster plugin 2.0.1
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      Description

      After called Deploy BuildMaster Package to Stage, it will end up reporting that the BuildMaster job was aborted even though the job wasn't aborted.

      The job does have warnings but it completes without errors.

      This causes Jenkins to see the build job as a failure.

      If a job does not have warning then it completes fine.

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          andrewsumner Andrew Sumner added a comment -

          I’ll try to look at this tonight, but more likely to be the weekend.

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          andrewsumner Andrew Sumner added a comment - I’ll try to look at this tonight, but more likely to be the weekend.
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          andrewsumner Andrew Sumner added a comment - - edited

          I've updated to treat the "warned" status returned from "create package" and "deploy to stage" as successful.  This is being released as version 2.0.2.

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          andrewsumner Andrew Sumner added a comment - - edited I've updated to treat the "warned" status returned from "create package" and "deploy to stage" as successful.  This is being released as version 2.0.2.
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          andrewsumner Andrew Sumner added a comment -

          Do you have any need to mark the job in jenkins as having warnings?

          I had a quick look and cannot see an obvious way to do this so it would require some further investigation.

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          andrewsumner Andrew Sumner added a comment - Do you have any need to mark the job in jenkins as having warnings? I had a quick look and cannot see an obvious way to do this so it would require some further investigation.
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          jstarbird Jon Starbird added a comment -

          Andrew, 

                       no I would not need that, pass/fail is sufficient.  Thanks.

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          jstarbird Jon Starbird added a comment - Andrew,               no I would not need that, pass/fail is sufficient.  Thanks.

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            • Assignee:
              andrewsumner Andrew Sumner
              Reporter:
              jstarbird Jon Starbird
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