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Jenkins-Day-7 || Maven continuation || Manage Plugins Installation

Rajesh-Devops2023-01-14
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The video covers Maven setup, project configuration, file structure, super forms, build profiles, running tests, managing dependencies, repositories, deploying projects, Jenkins pipelines, Groovy scripting, source code management, plugins, and creating dashboards. Emphasis is placed on understanding Maven conventions, efficient project management, and enhancing Jenkins functionality through plugins and declarative pipelines. The instructor provides practical demonstrations and tips for successful project execution and management.

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Overview of Maven setup and configuration process.
03:16
Shared documents and notes available via Google Drive for viewers.
Setting up Maven involves downloading, installing, and configuring paths and variables.
Emphasis on exporting Maven variables for successful execution of Maven commands.
Future sessions will cover Maven goals, phases, and build processes.
Importance of the pom.xml file in Maven for project configuration.
04:13
The pom.xml file contains information about Java compiler versions, remote repositories, project dependencies, and plugin dependencies.
It lists various Maven goals such as compile, package, and clean.
The concept of a super pom is introduced as the parent of all poms, providing centralized configuration for projects.
Overview of project directory structure in the SRC directory.
07:50
Source codes, including project codes, are placed in the SRC directory.
Importance of files like palm.xml containing essential project information.
Explanation of parent forms and dependencies within projects for organization and inheritance of project properties.
Hierarchy of project folders and relationship between main core projects and sub-projects like API.
Explanation of the super form concept in programming.
15:03
All forms inherit from a super form with default configurations.
Main form acts as a parent, sub forms emulate it.
Understanding the concept's importance is highlighted.
Command 'mvn help:effective-form' generates a super form in projects, exemplified with Spring Pet Clinic project.
Creating a Maven demo project and executing commands.
17:42
Utilizing GitHub and Maven commands for efficient project management.
Demonstrating the step-by-step process of setting up and utilizing Maven effectively.
Emphasizing the importance of choosing a small project for quicker results.
Highlighting the significance of understanding project content for efficient analysis.
The process involves defining organization details, artifact ID, project name, and version.
21:00
Specifying dependencies and the central repository URL is crucial for downloading necessary resources.
The output directory structure includes the creation of classes files under the target folder.
Output paths can be specified for different Maven goals such as deploy, compile, and test.
Packaging options like jar or var files are available, along with the plugin repository for project-specific plugins.
Importance of following Maven conventions for directory organization in projects.
23:46
Source code must be in specific directories like 'SRC main Java' for successful builds.
Introduction of build profiles and Maven's preference for convention over configuration.
Maven allows for customization but adherence to conventions is crucial for project success.
Understanding and following Maven's conventions are essential for effective project management and successful project builds.
Using build profiles in Maven for environment customization.
27:35
Build profiles allow for setting or overriding default values to enable flexibility in deployment.
Active profiles specified in pom.xml allow for different parameters for various target environments.
Modifying the form at build time provides the ability to adjust configurations based on deployment targets like development or production environments.
Overview of Maven Build Profiles.
29:51
Per project profiles are defined in the project's pom.xml file.
Per user profiles are set in the maven settings.xml file.
Global profiles are defined in the Maven global settings XML file.
Global profiles apply to every project, while per project and per user profiles are specific to individual projects or users.
Overview of running 'mvn test' and generating unit test results.
37:04
Importance of understanding one build tool to easily adapt to others by accessing information online.
Explanation of building and testing projects, including running multiple goals with 'mvn clean package'.
Different build tools may store test results differently, such as Gradle.
Insights on managing test results and optimizing learning process for various build tools.
Overview of 'mvn install' process for copying jar files to '.M2' directory.
38:47
'.M2' directory functions as a local repository for storing dependencies downloaded from central repositories.
Demonstration of copying Spring Pet Clinic jar file to '.M2' directory during installation process.
Importance of 'mvn install' in managing dependencies and creating necessary files like 'pom.xml' in the '.M2' folder.
Emphasis on the role of 'mvn install' in effectively managing project dependencies.
Importance of DOT M2 folder in managing dependencies for Java projects.
42:29
The DOT M2 repository stores all dependencies for Java projects.
Creating an order management project that generates order IDs and sends SMS notifications.
Usage of M2 local repository to access specific jar files required for project functionalities.
Emphasizing the significance of proper dependency management in Java development.
Importance of local and central repositories in software development.
46:15
Projects can collaborate by pushing jar files to a local repository for sharing.
Central Maven repository is crucial for downloading dependencies like libraries.
Setting up a remote repository for companies is necessary for efficient collaboration.
Organizing jar files in specific locations aids in managing project dependencies effectively.
Importance of local repository for storing jar files.
49:40
JFrog Artifactory is commonly used as a remote repository for various languages, while Nexus is Java-centric.
Knowledge of configuring and setting up remote repositories through Maven or JFrog is essential.
JFrog is preferred for supporting multiple languages, while Nexus is popular for Java-based projects.
Recommended to have knowledge of both repository types for effective project management.
Importance of deploying jar files to Nexus or JFrog repositories.
52:30
Maven deploy pushes jar files to remote repositories for access by other teams.
Setting Maven configuration files to specify the destination repository is essential.
Practical demonstrations of deploying projects using Maven plugins.
Introduction to local, remote, and central repositories in Maven.
Overview of Maven plugin and its role in project development.
56:42
Maven plugin is a plugin-based execution framework that executes tasks independently.
Importance of checking results after unit tests and post-build actions like publishing JUnit test results.
The presence of XML files under 'surefire-reports' for tracking test results.
JUnit reporter supports special characters and provides information on features and usage through the 'help' option.
Importance of viewing test results and generating unit test reports in running a project correctly under the same sprint Clinic demo.
59:55
Post-build action involves selecting 'J publish J unit test Repose' to display all test results under the 'Target Surefire report'.
Successful passing of test cases and recording of test results for sharing with developers.
Availability of the Sprint pet clinic jar file for download after execution within the Jenkins server.
Post-build actions in software development, including archiving artifacts, publishing JUnit reports, and sending emails to developers, are discussed.
01:05:10
Configuring SMTP for email setup and domain settings is highlighted as crucial for effective communication.
The importance of understanding and implementing post-build actions, such as email setup, is emphasized for developers.
The video hints at providing further explanations on email configuration in upcoming segments.
Effective communication with external stakeholders through email setup is essential for developers in completing a build successfully.
The importance of project success indicators using color codes in a dashboard.
01:08:42
Green indicates success and red denotes failure, with the ability to customize colors for different outcomes.
Blue is typically used in Jenkins for success, but organizations can adjust colors to fit their specific needs.
The color scheme helps in swiftly identifying project status and performance.
Visual cues are crucial in effectively tracking project progress and outcomes.
Transition from freestyle projects to declarative pipelines in Jenkins.
01:11:10
Declarative pipelines are preferred by organizations for their simplicity and efficiency.
Kawasuki introduced official project generation and implemented scripted pipelines.
Declarative pipelines offer a more straightforward approach to job creation compared to scripted pipelines.
Evolution from scripted to declarative pipelines simplified the Jenkins process for users.
Overview of Declarative Pipeline Planning with Groovy Scripting.
01:13:15
Understanding Groovy syntax is crucial for writing pipelines due to its Java programming influence.
Setting up freestyle Jenkins projects involves components like general information, source code management, and build triggers.
Parameterized projects are important, with various parameter types such as string, Boolean, and choice parameters.
Emphasis on configuring projects effectively and utilizing parameters for customization.
Overview of source code management options and build triggers in software development.
01:17:32
Importance of day and night builds, build triggers, and protocols for successful build actions.
Controlling workspace, locks, build steps, and post-build actions like publishing reports and archiving artifacts.
Emphasis on the completion of build steps for triggering post-build actions, with a reminder that unsuccessful steps will not trigger subsequent actions.
Importance of plugins in Jenkins for user-friendly interface and task management.
01:22:21
Most plugins in Jenkins are written in Java, with a wide variety of community plugins available for different functionalities.
Plugins in Jenkins can have different formats like HPI and JPI, enhancing the flexibility and usability of the platform.
The segment provides a walkthrough on checking, installing, maintaining, and upgrading plugins through the manage plugins section in Jenkins.
The main focus is on simplifying user tasks and improving functionality through the utilization of plugins.
Uninstalling and Reinstalling Plugins in Jenkins.
01:26:14
Restarting Jenkins may be necessary after uninstalling a plugin to see the changes.
Various plugins like Docker, Terraform, and Kubernetes are available for installation.
HTTP proxy configuration in advanced settings enables downloading and installing plugins from URLs.
The process of downloading plugins from external sites and submitting them for installation is explained.
Overview of Jenkins Plugins
01:28:45
Companies have the option to create their own plugins, but most now use community-written ones.
Official plugin sites offer a wide range of options, including user interface choices.
Installation of plugins in Jenkins can be easily done through the dashboard view.
Three installation methods are highlighted, with one involving navigation to the Jenkins dashboard.
Three methods for installing plugins in Jenkins.
01:31:51
Method one: Go to 'Manage Plugins' and search for desired plugin to install.
Method two: Use Jenkins CLI tool to copy and paste a command for plugin installation.
Method three: Direct download plugin and manually install by selecting file, deploying it, and restarting Jenkins.
Different approaches users can take to enhance Jenkins functionality through plugin installation.
Creating dashboards using a dashboard view plugin.
01:36:41
Emphasizes importance of plugins based on user requirements.
Hints at upcoming classes focusing on distributed builds.
Plans to cover topic extensively in next session, providing practical tips and personal experiences.
Helps avoid common issues and improve output quality for viewers.
Overview of the zinc facial project and its application process.
01:38:56
One session scheduled for the following morning at 11 AM due to the instructor's prior commitments.
Participants are thanked for joining and reminded about the upcoming class.