Sunday, March 8, 2020

Create Jenkins Scripted Pipeline - Create Jenkins Pipeline for Automating Builds - How to build, deploy WARs using Jenkins Pipeline - Build pipelines integrate with GitHub, Sonarqube, Slack, JaCoCo, Nexus, Tomcat

Please find below steps for creating pipelines using Jenkins.
What is Pipeline in Jenkins?

- Pipelines are better than freestyle jobs, you can write a lot of complex tasks using pipelines when compared to Freestyle jobs.
- You can see how long each stage takes time to execute so you have more control compared to freestyle.
- Pipeline is groovy based script that have set of plug-ins integrated for automating the builds, deployment and test execution.
- Pipeline defines your entire build process, which typically includes stages for building an application, testing it and then delivering it. 
 - You can use snippet generator to generate pipeline code for the stages you don't know how to write groovy code.
- Pipelines are two types - Scripted pipeline and Declarative pipeline


Pre-requistes:


Install plug-ins
1. Install Deploy to container, Slack, Nexus Artifact Uploader and SonarQube plug-ins (if already installed, you can skip it)

Steps to Create Scripted Pipeline in Jenkins

1. Login to Jenkins

2. Create a New item

3. Give name as MyfirstPipelineJob and choose pipeline

4. Click ok. Pipeline is created now

5. Under build triggers, click on poll SCM, schedule as

H/02 * * * *

6. Go to Pipeline definition section, click on Pipeline syntax link. under sample step drop down, choose checkout: Checkout from version control. enter bitbucket Repository URL, and choose the bitbucket user/password from the drop town. scroll down, click on Generate Pipeline script. Copy the code.

7. Now copy the below pipeline code highlighted section into Pipeline section in the pipeline. Please copy stage by stage

8. Change Maven3, SonarQube, Nexus url variables and also Slack channel name as highlighted above in red as per your settings.

9. For Nexus Upload stage, You need to change the Nexus URL and credentials ID for Nexus (which you can grab from Credentials tab after login)

10. For Dev Deploy stage, you can copy credentials ID used for connecting to Tomcat.


Pipeline Code:

node {

    def mvnHome = tool 'Maven3'
    stage ("checkout")  {
       // copy code here which you generated from step #6
    }

   stage ('build')  {
    sh "${mvnHome}/bin/mvn clean install -f MyWebApp/pom.xml"
    }

     stage ('Code Quality scan')  {
       withSonarQubeEnv('SonarQube') {
       sh "${mvnHome}/bin/mvn -f MyWebApp/pom.xml sonar:sonar"
        }
   }
  
   stage ('Code coverage')  {
       jacoco()
   }

   stage ('Nexus upload')  {
        nexusArtifactUploader(
        nexusVersion: 'nexus3',
        protocol: 'http',
        nexusUrl: 'nexus_url:8081',
        groupId: 'myGroupId',
        version: '1.0-SNAPSHOT',
        repository: 'maven-snapshots',
        credentialsId: '2c293828-9509-49b4-a6e7-77f3ceae7b39',
        artifacts: [
            [artifactId: 'MyWebApp',
             classifier: '',
             file: 'MyWebApp/target/MyWebApp.war',
             type: 'war']
        ]
     )
    }
   
   stage ('DEV Deploy')  {
      echo "deploying to DEV Env "
      deploy adapters: [tomcat9(credentialsId: '4c55fae1-a02d-4b82-ba34-d262176eeb46', path: '', url: 'http://your_public_dns:8080')], contextPath: null, war: '**/*.war'
    }

   stage ('DEV Approve')  {
            echo "Taking approval from DEV Manager"     
            timeout(time: 7, unit: 'DAYS') {
            input message: 'Do you want to deploy?', submitter: 'admin'
            }
     }

  stage ('Slack notification')  {
    slackSend(channel:'channel-name', message: "Job is successful, here is the info -  Job '${env.JOB_NAME} [${env.BUILD_NUMBER}]' (${env.BUILD_URL})")
   }


stage ('QA Deploy')  {
     echo "deploying to QA Env " 
deploy adapters: [tomcat9(credentialsId: '4c55fae1-a02d-4b82-ba34-d262176eeb46', path: '', url: 'http://your_public_dns:8080')], contextPath: null, war: '**/*.war'

}

stage ('QA Approve')  {
    echo "Taking approval from QA manager"

    timeout(time: 7, unit: 'DAYS') {
        input message: 'Do you want to proceed to PROD?', submitter: 'admin,manager_userid'
  }
}
}

10. Click Apply, Save
11. Now click on Build. It should build and deploy the code in tomcat.


You can watch the Scripted pipeline video in my YouTube channel:





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