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  2. JENKINS-53488

withCredentials and Jenkins pipeline: Missing ant property

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      I have a jenkins job using the credentials-helper and which runs perfectly fine with the underlying tool set (maven, ant).

      When running the build job, ant echoproperties lists the variable twice

      01:26:21 [echoproperties] #Ant properties
      01:26:21 [echoproperties] #Fri Aug 31 01:26:22 CEST 2018
      01:26:21 [echoproperties] env.mgr.target.user=****
      01:26:21 [echoproperties] mgr.target.user=****
      

      When switching to jenkins pipeline (declarative) the credentials binding is used the same way:

      withCredentials([[$class: 'UsernamePasswordMultiBinding', credentialsId: 'my.user', 
          usernameVariable: 'mgr.target.user', 
          passwordVariable: 'mgr.target.password']]) {
      

      But here the variable is only available as env.mgr.target.user but not as mgr.target.user

      01:30:31 [echoproperties] #Ant properties
      01:30:31 [echoproperties] #Fri Aug 31 01:30:32 CEST 2018
      01:30:31 [echoproperties] env.mgr.target.user=****
      

      Result is that the build job fails cause the maven/ant task running as ant does not find the property mgr.target.user

      To me this seems an issue as the behavior from a Jenkins job vs. Jenkins pipeline is different.

      Obviously the underling maven/ant files could be changed to use the existing variable but this is not the point as the behaviour of my jenkins job should be the same.

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              papanito Adrian Wyssmann
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