What are parameterized jobs in jenkins and how to configure it?

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What are parameterized jobs in jenkins and how to configure it?
Dec 13, 2018 in Jenkins by Hannah
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Hey @Hannah, Parameterized jobs/builds are the ones that take in parameters to execute their builds. This is the easiest way to make your build flexible.

Let me explain the basic steps:

  • Create a freestyle project.
  • Once you've created the job, Go to the configuration page and you'll find an unchecked box saying This project is parametrized. Check that button and make the project parameterized
  • Once you check this button it'll give you options to choose the kind of parameters you want to use in your project. You can choose multiple parameters and add a default value to it.
  • Once you've selected the required parameters and added their default values, execute this build.
answered Dec 16, 2018 by Kiyara

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