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Best approach for uploading files to RTC from Jenkins


Jeff Sloyer (3146) | asked Jun 17 '14, 4:55 p.m.
 I am looking to upload files to Jenkins, it didn't look like there was a hook in the RTC plugin for Jenkins that allows uploading files to RTC.

I am using GIT for SCM and due to business constraints I need to publish the output of a build to RTC for another team to consume.

I have started down the path of the scm tools (lscm) following this article, https://jazz.net/library/article/620, however I am having issues with the command line tool.

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sam detweiler commented Jun 17 '14, 5:09 p.m.

ick, uck,  please don't use RTC SCM to store binaries.  use Nexus or somesuch.

what files are you trying to store in RTC SCM?



Jeff Sloyer commented Jun 17 '14, 5:14 p.m.

 Oh its not binary files, its actually compiled javascript, css, html.  Its just a static website actually. 


Geoffrey Clemm commented Jun 17 '14, 5:49 p.m.
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I'll defer to the build experts on the best API to use to interact with RTC-SCM, but the main APIs I've seen folks use are the command line tool, ant packages, and as a last resort, a java app that uses the RTC-SCM java client API.  What issues are you having with the command line tool?


sam detweiler commented Jun 17 '14, 6:42 p.m. | edited Jun 17 '14, 6:43 p.m.

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