I am also trying to work with the TFS plugin on Jenkins builds.
We use Jenkins ver. 2.89.4 with the tfs plugin 5.126.0
I can see that the build detects successfully the last change set
but it keeps failing on the stage of get latest sources:
Getting version 'C9477' to
java.io.EOFException: SSL peer shut down incorrectly
It looks to me like a permission issue, can you please explain exactly how to
enable access to the TFS team project, so that we can complete the getlatest
בתאריך יום שלישי, 21 במרץ 2017 בשעה 15:52:11 UTC+2, מאת Mark Waite:
> You might check with your TFS administrator to see if they've enabled git
> access to the TFS repository. If they have, then you can use the git
> plugin to clone the TFS repository.
> Mark Waite
> On Tue, Mar 21, 2017 at 6:52 AM Salman Patel <salmanp...@gmail.com
>> Hello Guys,
>> I have started creating Jenkins job with Pipeline Plugin. I am able to
>> build a job when I use *'git'* for source code (of project to be build)
>> Do we have any option to use '*tfs' *for the same. I have found some
>> webpages saying that TFS Plugin do not support Credentials plugin, hence
>> use of tfs is not supported in pipeline script. Though, there are some
>> discussions which say that is is possible @
>> Could anyone help me on how to approach this problem
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