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Deployment-related Maven parameters

These parameters allow you to deploy your artifacts to an artifact repository, to Talend Cloud or to Docker.

  • To get the list of Cloud-related Maven parameters as inline help during build time, execute this command:
    mvn org.talend.ci:cloudpublisher-maven-plugin:<version>:help 
    -Ddetail=true 
    -s F:/<your_studio>/configuration/maven_user_settings.xml
  • To get the list of Docker-related Maven parameters as inline help during build time, execute this command:
    mvn org.eclipse.jkube:kubernetes-maven-plugin:<version>:help 
    -Ddetail=true 
    -s F:/<your_studio>/configuration/maven_user_settings.xml 
Information noteTip: To deploy your artifacts to multiple places at the same time (artifact repository, Talend Cloud, Docker), enter comma-separated values like -Pnexus,cloud-publisher.
Maven parameter Value
Artifact repository parameters -Pnexus (Activated by default unless a different profile is specified which deactivates it)

Activates the plugin that allows you to publish to your artifact repository (Artifactory, Nexus).

-DaltSnapshotDeploymentRepository and -DaltReleaseDeploymentRepository

OR

-DaltDeploymentRepository

When deploying to an artifact repository, specifies an alternative repository to which the project artifacts should be deployed.

Format: id::layout::url

Example for projects with a snapshot version:

-DaltSnapshotDeploymentRepository=snapshots::default::http://localhost:8081/repository/snapshots/

or

-DaltDeploymentRepository=snapshots::default::http://localhost:8081/repository/snapshots/

Example for projects with a final version:

-DaltReleaseDeploymentRepository=releases::default::http://localhost:8081/repository/releases/

or

-DaltDeploymentRepository=releases::default::http://localhost:8081/repository/releases/
Talend Cloud parameters -Pcloud-publisher Activates the plugin that allows you to publish to Talend Cloud.
-Dservice.url Specifies the Talend Cloud account in which the project artifacts should be deployed.

In the default script provided by Talend, the value corresponds to the ${CLOUD_URL} variable that is defined at the beginning of the script.

-Dcloud.token Specifies the access token generated for your Talend Cloud account.
-Dcloud.publisher.environment Specifies the environment created in your Talend Cloud account in which the project artifacts should be deployed.
Example:
-Dcloud.publisher.environment=PROD
-Dcloud.publisher.workspace Specifies the workspace created in your Talend Cloud account in which the project artifacts should be deployed.
Example:
-Dcloud.publisher.workspace=CI_WORKSPACE
(Optional)

-Dcloud.publisher.screenshot

Add this parameter with a true value if you want to publish the capture of the artifact to be deployed in your Talend Cloud account.
-Dcloud.publisher.screenshot=true
(Optional)

-Dcloud.publisher.updateFlow

Add this parameter with a true value if you want to create or update the corresponding Talend Management Console task when publishing a new artifact version into Talend Cloud.
-Dcloud.publisher.updateFlow=true
Docker parameters -Pdocker Activates the plugin that allows you to publish to a Docker registry.
-Djkube.docker.push.registry Specifies the Docker registry where you want to share your image.
-Djkube.docker.username Specifies the Docker user corresponding to the account that will log in to the Docker registry.

In the default script provided by Talend, the value corresponds to the ${env.Dusername} variable, that is the Docker user defined in the credentials Storing login credentials in Jenkins.

-Djkube.docker.password Specifies the Docker password corresponding to the account that will log in to the Docker registry.

In the default script provided by Talend, the value corresponds to the ${env.Dpassword} variable, that is the Docker password defined in the credentials Storing login credentials in Jenkins.

-Djkube.docker.host Specifies the hostname corresponding to the account that will log in to the Docker registry.
-Dtalend.docker.dockerfile Specifies the path to a custom Dockerfile.
Example:
-Dtalend.docker.dockerfile=C:/Talend/DockerFile

For more information on how to customize a Dockerfile in Talend Studio, see the Studio documentation. For more information about Dockerfiles, see the Docker documentation.

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