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Post build Deliver in RTC (6.0.1) build definition does not work

Binoy D'costa (9532236) | asked Aug 16 '16, 5:12 p.m.
edited Aug 20 '16, 11:22 a.m. by David Lafreniere (4.8k7)
Following this article, I do not see changes being delivered to the target stream.

Does this work in RTC 6.0.1? I have seen older posts claiming it doesn't work in previous versions.


David Lafreniere commented Aug 17 '16, 8:20 a.m.

-What is the 'Trigger Policy' set to?

-What was the status of the build (warning/error)?
-Does the build user have read and write access to the target stream?
-How are you requesting a build?
-What is the JBE output for the Post-build Deliver? You should see logs when it starts, and when it either aborts or continues with the deliver (replace).
-Add any other information that might be relevant, so far we have nothing to go by. Post-build deliver has been working fine since it came out in RTC 3.0.1 (our team uses it daily)

Binoy D'costa commented Aug 17 '16, 10:33 a.m.

Hi David,

All very good points, I'm verifying some of these and will get back.

-Trigger Policy is set to "Delivery Always"
-The build status fails with error, however I'm testing if the automatic delivery to stream works or not.
-Build is requested from RTC build definition with my user id.
-By JBE output, you mean the log under <build-engine>/data/log? If so, I don't see an output there. Neither do I see anything related to post-build deliver in the build log.


Binoy D'costa commented Aug 17 '16, 11:41 a.m.

Hi David,

More info:

The build definition is a Hudson/Jenkins build def. The engine id associated with it is a hudson/jenkins type. I get error when starting the build engine saying:

Exception occurred in build loop: CRRTC3540E: The following build engine is a Hudson/Jenkins build engine: "bldtest1jbe". Only engines of type "Jazz Build Engine" can be used with the "-engineId" argument.
CRRTC3529W: The execution of Jazz Build Engine completed with a non-zero return code (RC=1).

I saw online that this build engine should not be started, is that correct? Although I don't think this is related to the Post-Build deliver participant not working but I can try.

Another thing, what user id RTC uses to replace the component of the target stream?

Also, where can I see any logs related to this participant? Right now, I don't have a clue what is causing this participant to not work.


Binoy D'costa commented Aug 18 '16, 10:11 a.m.

 Hi David,

Does this gives you enough information? Do you need additional details?


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Binoy D'costa (9532236) | answered Aug 18 '16, 3:32 p.m.
I created a PMR and got it resolved. The post build deliver participant is not working in the hudson/jenkins build definition. Instead, the workaround in this jenkins issue worked for me:

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