Creating the Jenkins pipeline - 7.3

Talend Software Development Life Cycle Best Practices Guide

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How to create the build pipeline on the Jenkins server.

Procedure

  1. In Jenkins, click New item.
  2. Give a name to the pipeline and select Pipeline in the list.

    Pipeline name (example)

    Goal

    Talend_Pipeline

    • Gets the sources (potentially at each commit) and converts them to Java classes. This project installs and uses the Talend CommandLine application that generates all the sources of the artifacts (Jobs, Routes, Services and Tests) you have created in your project.

    • Runs all Test Cases at once.

    • Deploys the artifacts on the artifact repository or Docker registry of your choice.
    Warning: To publish ESB artifacts (Routes and Data Services) to Docker, see Building Docker images for Data Services and Routes Microservices.
  3. Click OK to confirm the pipeline creation.