Jenkins Pipeline – Maven + Artifactory Example With Secure Credentials

There are always a million ways to do things in Jenkins, but often using the appropriate plugins for common tools pays off a lot.  Here is an example of using multiple maven commands to execute a build, the result of which (a zip file) is then uploaded to Artifactory.

Sample Pipeline

Honestly, there will almost definitely be an artifactory plugin as well; but in this case, I used these 2 plugins:

  • Pipeline Maven Integration Plugin – Allows you to target various maven installations set up in your Jenkins “Global Tool Configuration”.
  • Credentials Binding Plugin – Allows you to pull user names and passwords from credentials into environment variables to use in commands easily.

This was enough to let me run the maven commands I needed and to let me then call the Artifactory REST API safely to upload my one artifact, which is a zip in this case.

I hope this example helps you! 🙂

pipeline {
    agent any
    parameters {
        string(name: 'SOURCE_BRANCH', defaultValue: 'master', description: '...')
        string(name: 'RELEASE_TAG', defaultValue: '', description: '...')
    }
    stages {
        stage('Build and deploy presto zip to artifactory.') {
            steps {

                sh 'echo "Building to version = $RELEASE_TAG"'

                withMaven(maven: 'maven-3') {
                  sh "mvn versions:set -DnewVersion=$RELEASE_TAG"
                  sh "mvn clean install -DskipTests"
                }

                withCredentials([usernamePassword(credentialsId: 'artifactory-token', usernameVariable: 'AUSR',
                    passwordVariable: 'APWD')]) {
                  sh '''curl -X PUT -u $AUSR:$APWD -T presto-server/target/presto-server-$RELEASE_TAG.tar.gz "https://company.com/artifactory/repo/io/presto/$RELEASE_TAG/presto-server-$RELEASE_TAG.tar.gz" '''
                }
                
                sh 'echo "Done building and tagging to name = $RELEASE_TAG"'
            }
        }
    }
}

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