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Status Under review
Workspace UrbanCode
Categories Deploy
Created by Guest
Created on Sep 7, 2021

Rest API to upload plugin

As part of a release pipeline, we would like to be able to upload the plugin to UrbanCode Deploy through a Jenkins pipeline.


Currently, after the deploy, we have to manually upload the plugin to the instance, which is an action that we would like to automate.

Why is it useful?

It's a manual step we would like to remove from our process.


We've been informed that there is an internal API available that we could use in the mean time (as it hasn't been changed for years). However, we would like to stick to public API's as much as possible.

Who would benefit from this IDEA? Plugin developers
Idea Priority Medium