Jenkins.instance vs Hudson.instance? Which contains what and why?
- There is no real difference. "Hudson.getInstance()" xists for
compatibility reasons but returns the same object
As designed, there is no "tasks" in the Jenkins object:
. Likely you got confused by package names.
How do I access the setShell() method?
It should be something like that (untested):
Hopefully it helps,
On Sunday, April 15, 2018 at 10:32:45 PM UTC+2, Calvin wrote:
> I recently watched Sam's video guides
> <https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T1x2kCGRY1w> on how to modify Jenkins
> settings via Groovy scripts.
> I'm trying to modify the default shell programmatically and running into
> On a different Jenkins instance, I see that hudson.tasks.Shell.xml
> contains this config
> How do I access that field using Groovy?
> I found hudson.tasks.Shell.DescriptorImpl.setShell(String shell) doc
> When I tried to access hudson.tasks via Hudson.instance.tasks.dump() I
> got this error
> groovy.lang.MissingPropertyException: No such property: tasks for class:
> Possible solutions: class
> 1. Jenkins.instance vs Hudson.instance? Which contains what and why?
> 2. How do I access the setShell() method?
> Thanks for your help in advance
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