On Fri, Feb 9, 2018 at 1:45 PM, Tien Hung Nguyen <tienhng.ngu...@gmail.com>
> Hello everyone,
> I'm having a Spring Boot Rest Microservice and I'm trying to pull some
> information with a Rest call from my Jenkins Server, which is running in an
> OpenShift pod (based on the default openshift/jenkins image), to display
> the information from Jenkins in a unified dashboard.
> However, I'm getting some problems with the authentication because OAuth2
> is enabled on the Jenkins Pod. What is the correct way to authenticate my
> Spring Boot Rest Microservice with the Jenkins pod which redirects me at
> the moment to the OpenShift page because of OAuth2?
> Currently, I have the required information and credentials in a properties
> file stored that I use for rest call, like username, password, server,
> domain etc., but actually that's mot working to authenticate with the
> jenkins pod.
> Could you give me some sample code snippet that shows how to do that in a
> proper way?
you need to provide your openshift token to jenkins w/ the request, we have
a utility library here that we use for interacting w/ jenkins during our
automated testing, perhaps you can adapt it:
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