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Update Jenkins-UCD Plugin for the 'Trigger Version Import' syntax to wait for a successful import from UCD
Using the UCD Jenkins plugin, the 'Trigger Import Versions' calls to UCD does not wait for UCD to successfully complete the import. If a Jenkins pipeline does the Import Version and Deploy Component sequentially, we will sometimes get an error when Jenkins calls to UCD for deployment:
ERROR: Could not request application process: 400 Error processing command: Could not find any applicable versions for one of the entries. Finished: FAILURE
Since the import has not completed in UCD, the Deploy Component step is not able to find the version in UCD to deploy.
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