Harvest Plugin

Plugin Information

Plugin ID harvest
Latest Release 0.4
Latest Release Date Sep 17, 2010
Sources Subversion
Support Eclipse Hudson Forum
Issue Tracking Eclipse Bugzilla

This plugin allows you to use CA Harvest as a SCM.

Configuring the Harvest Plugin

First things first - install the plugin, either through the Hudson plugin administration, or manually. In either case, a restart of Hudson is required.

Configuring the Harvest Settings

Once Hudson has restarted, select Manage Hudson from the main menu, then select Configure System from the options presented:




 If the plugin was installed properly, you should find a section on this page for Harvest which looks like this:

 

Configuring a Build to Use Harvest

Once the server settings are configured, new builds can choose it for pulling down code. Create a new build, give it a job name, and select the type of build (free-style, maven2, etc) and click OK. On the subsequent screen, you'll see a section called Source Code Management where you can select Harvest. Select Harvest, and the following options will appear:

Change Log

Version 0.3 (Mar 3, 2010)

  • Update code for more recent Hudson

Version 0.2.7 (Sep 5, 2009)

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  1. Sep 02, 2010

    Antony says:

    Does anyone try this plugin on a Solaris Machine, Hudson running under Glassfish...

    Does anyone try this plugin on a Solaris Machine, Hudson running under Glassfish? When I launch a build configure with a Harvest SCM, I have the following exception:
    "FileNotFoundExecption /../hco.log file"

    I looked at the code and indeed the code read this file to retrieve information about the harvest checkout.
    Harvest command launched by Hudson is correct and working: I launched it on a command shell in the same directory with the same user and it is working(the hco.log file is created...)
    The exception tends to say that the process is 'too' fast and not waits the creation of this hco.log file, or something like that

    I managed to make it works under Windows XP, that's why I asked about Solaris/Glassfish?

    Antony

  2. Jan 06, 2011

    David Mueller says:

    When running build on remote slave build fails with java io exception FileNotFo...

    When running build on remote slave build fails with java io exception

    FileNotFoundExecption c:\temp\hudson\build\...\hco.log file cannot be opened.

    If i run the build on the master server only it works and if I copy a hco.log file to the master server and run another build it also works.

    Does the plug-in only expect to find the log file on the master server and not on the slave where it gets created?

    Both servers are running windows and my other builds that checkout from subversion work ok.

  3. Aug 17, 2011

    Sam Gabal says:

    Polling doesn't seem to work. Will this be added at some point?

    Polling doesn't seem to work. Will this be added at some point?