Storing login credentials in Jenkins - 7.3

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You need to store the login credentials of your source control management tool and deployment containers (Docker, Amazon AWS, Azure, etc.) in Jenkins.


  1. Navigate to Manage Jenkins > Manage Credentials > Credentials.
  2. Click System > Global credentials > Add Credentials and add the Git credentials to access the repository where your project items (Jobs, Routes, Tests, etc.) are stored.
    Note: If you are using Git personal access tokens, select Username with password. If you are using SSH, select SSH username with private key in the list.
  3. Name its ID git_talend, this name will be used in the pipeline script.
  4. Click Save to take the changes into account.