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VectorCAST Jenkins Pipeline Single Checkout Option

Last updated: 2020-04-16

The single checkout option within VectorCAST Jenkins Pipeline allows for one checkout to be performed for the entire build-execute phase of the VectorCAST Project. This checkout will be done in the Jenkins Pipeline Job Workspace hence all jobs must have access to that workspace directory.

If customers have all jobs running on the same machine, then this is a good option to reduce the overhead by checking out the build multiple times. If customers have their execution jobs spread over multiple machines, then they should not use this option unless the main workspace is set up as a shared drive.


If using relative paths in the Environment Setup, Preamble, or Teardown sections, you will need to prefix the relative path with the WORKSPACE environment variables (%WORKSPACE% for Windows or $WORKSPACE for Linux).

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