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  1. This is a jenkins workflow I created that I hope helps others. I have seen other workflows that just gather status but I wanted to run jobs as well...I hope someone can use it! Let me know your feedback! First thing that needs to be done is to setup the information needed to run the workflow. To do this run the following command: jenkinsinfo ​This will allow you to set the following values: hostname (required): The hostname of the jenkins server (ex. jenkins.mydomain.com) username (required): The username used to login to the jenkins server password (required): The password used to login to the jenkins server protocol (required - default is https): The protocol the jenkins server sits on gitrepo (optional - relative to your home directory): If specified this will gather the current branch name that is checked out and default it to your first parameter Once the information above is specified, you can run the following command to gather all job statuses: jenkins status ​In addition, you can specify the following command: jenkins run <param1> <param2>... ​This will return a list of any jobs that are configured to run using the api (token setup - http://stackoverflow.com/questions/21032349/how-can-i-set-the-jenkins-authentication-token)and the parameter names associated to each job. You can specify values for each parameter within the alfred prompt (if any), all separated by 2 spaces. If you have the gitrepo set, this will default to the first parameter value...you can override by typing something else for param1 OR retain that value by simply inserting 2 spaces and moving onto the next param. There are some other jenkins workflows that do similar status checks, but I haven't found one that allows you to run jobs remotely which is why I created this. Hope this helps someone out there Enjoy! Packal Link for download: http://www.packal.org/workflow/jenkins-workflow
  2. A workflow built to help interact with jenkins, in particular if you have lots of jobs Using the workflow you can easily see which jobs are currently failing, building and filter through them via fuzzy queries. The same can be done through all jobs. The workflow will be available on Packal shortly, and the source code can be viewed (and modified) at: https://github.com/Amwam/Jenkins-Alfred-Workflow/ You can download the workflow from the github release: https://github.com/Amwam/Jenkins-Alfred-Workflow/releases
  3. Hi all, I've created a workflow for interacting with a Jenkins CI instance. Currently it only supports fetching the status of the builds but I'm planning on expanding this to getting the health of the builds, starting builds and some other neat features. You can download it from here, or you can check out the GitHub repository here. When you've installed it in Alfred, be sure to set the correct URL to your Jenkins CI instance via: Alfred > Preferences > Workflows > Jenkins > Script Filter And then entering the correct URL in the "Script" box. Be sure to let me know (either here or on GitHub) if you run into any issues, or if you have any ideas! * project names and statuses added for illustrative purposes
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