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Jenkins build error preventing OpenShift to do CI/CD to automate the build

 
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Hi,



I configured Jenkins. OpenShift also configured. When Jenkins build happened getting below error in Jenkins cloud console logs which is preventing OpenShift to do CI/CD to automate the build. Please advise.



 
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Jenkins has its own internal Maven, so if you installed an OpenShift mojo into a stand-alone Maven, Jenkins build would not see it.

If memory serves, you can persuade Jenkins to use your Maven instead of its own, or you can install that mojo into Jenkins internal Maven.
 
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Incidentally, this isn't "Beginning Java", and since we don't seem to have a Jenkins-specific forum, the closest match I could think of was "Other Build Tools", so I've made it be the new home for this thread.
 
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