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[cbi-dev] Jenkins and GitLab
  • From: Dennis Hendriks <dh_tue@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 8 Dec 2020 15:28:54 +0000
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  • Thread-topic: Jenkins and GitLab

Hi all,

First of all, it is unfortunate that there is no GitLab-specific information at

I did manage to create a working Jenkins build, based on a Jenkinsfile in a GitLab repository, for the Eclipse ESCET project.

However, I do have some questions, as I've not been able to figure this out:

1) I can click on 'Scan GitLab Project Now' to find new commits and merge requests. I can also configure to do this periodically. I'm wondering if there is not a better way to do this? E.g. to trigger the scan when a new commit is pushed or a merge request is created, instead of a time-based polling or manual scan?

2) Is there a way to get the build status/result back to GitLab?

I configured 'Log build status as comment on GitLab' option for the 'Multibranch Pipeline'. I did not configure a 'sudo username' (no idea what to fill in). It seems to have no effect. Also, enabling the 'enable logging successful build' setting won't stick after saving the configuration. How do I make this work?

I'm also wondering if there are alternatives. Can it be done from a Jenkinsfile? Is there no better integration than posting comments to merge requests?


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