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Currently working on setting up a continuous integration environment using Jenkins. The projects are maven based. The installation spawns Windows and Unix components as well as utilizing open source and IBM tools and frameworks.


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comment Zero pad BUILD_DISPLAY_NAME
I wouldn't call it manual to have a buildstep that generates the file during your build. Alternative would be to create a plugin that either sets the build number for you or having a plugin that does the formatting for you by having a plugin that extends the token macro plugin.
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answered Zero pad BUILD_DISPLAY_NAME
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comment Jenkins: Accessed denied after turning on global security. How to revert?
-1 memory limits and authentication are two completely different things.
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answered Jenkins: Accessed denied after turning on global security. How to revert?
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answered separate code and configuration in Jenkins
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comment Jenkins shows same information for all projects
And here is the actual Jenkins issue for it (one of several). issues.jenkins-ci.org/browse/JENKINS-18289
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comment Jenkins shows same information for all projects
How have you setup Jenkins? Does it run under Windows or Unix? What version? Do you use an application server? Is there anything in the log files? ....
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accepted Regular expressions to find SQL Errors in Logs
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answered Regular expressions to find SQL Errors in Logs
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comment Regular expressions to find SQL Errors in Logs
@womble: You are right with your statement, but what does it have to do with the question? My systems automatically runs database scripts that run SQL statements. In my case these scripts do funky stuff like dropping databases, recreate these databases (tables, indexes, sequences, grants, ...) and loading a set of initial data. Works pretty nice the most times but not always. So I need to search the logs for these error messages that incidentally start with the three letters 'SQL'. However, not everything that starts with these letters should be considered an Error. Therefor my question.
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comment Regular expressions to find SQL Errors in Logs
So you thing that the 0 stands for a critical error (equivalent to minus sign). I was guessing that the N might be the negative indicator. Will look for the SQL1... again to check how critical it is.
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asked Regular expressions to find SQL Errors in Logs