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    Product
    DevOps Deploy (HCL Launch)
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    Type
    plugin
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    Compatibility
    All versions of Gitlab Generic Packages, HCL Launch 6.2.7.3 or later
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    Created by
    HCL Software
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    Published Date
    March 28th, 2023
    Last Updated
    July 4th, 2023

    Description

    The GitLab Generic Packages is a source configuration plug-in that creates versions and imports packaged artifacts from GitLab Generic Packages.

    Quick Info

    Product icon
    Product
    DevOps Deploy (HCL Launch)
    Plugin type icon
    Type
    plugin
    Compatibility icon
    Compatibility
    All versions of Gitlab Generic Packages, HCL Launch 6.2.7.3 or later
    created by icon
    Created by
    HCL Software
    Website icon
    Website
    Published Date
    March 28th, 2023
    Last Updated
    July 4th, 2023

    launch-gitlab-generic-packages-1.1148660.zip

    Uploaded: 03-Jan-2023 15:26

      Initial release

    Summary

    The GitLab Generic Packages plug-in creates versions and imports packaged artifacts from GitLab Generic Packages.

    Compatibility

    This plug-in requires HCL Launch version 6.2.7.3 or newer.

    This plug-in supports all versions of the GitLab Generic Packages.

    This plug-in runs on all operating systems that HCL Launch supports, including the z/OS operating system.

    Installation

    See Installing plugins in HCL Launch for installing and removing plugins.

    History

    Plugin history details
    Version Description
    1.1147 Initial release.

    Usage

    Prerequisite

    Before you use the plug-in, ensure that:

    • The packages are published.
    • You have the access token ready.
    • The project ID is captured.

    Procedure

    You will need to define a HCL Launch component which defines the source and processes for the GitLab Generic Packages. The component contains the information for importing the artifacts and any processes to implement on the artifacts.

    When creating the component, supply information described in the GitLab Generic Packages Component Properties Steps page. After the component is created use the Components page in the user interface to import a version of the artifacts if automatic import is not selected.

    To create a component, complete the following steps. For more information about creating a component, see Creating components in the product documentation.

    1. In HCL Launch, click Components and then click Create Component.
    2. In the Create Component window, specify a name and description for the component.
    3. In the Source Config Type list, select GitLab Generic Packages.
    4. Specify the properties for the component. See Steps for property descriptions.
    5. Specify the type of version to create by default on version import.
    6. Click Save.

     

    Steps

    GitLab Generic Packages Component Properties

    Create versions and import packaged files from GitLab.
    Name Type Description Required
    Server URL String The Base URL and port for the GitLab server. Yes
    Access Token String The access token to use to authenticate with the GitLab server. No
    Project ID String The project ID in GitLab. Yes
    Package Name Boolean The exact name of package that must match to import a specific package. Yes
    Status String The package status. No
    File Includes String A list of file patterns to include in the component. Separate each pattern with a new line or comma. To include all files, leave blank or type */. No
    File Excludes String A list of file patterns to exclude from the component. Separate each pattern with a new line or comma. No
    Extensions of files to Convert String If text-type files must be converted into another character set, type the list of file extensions to be converted. Matching file types are converted into the default or system character set of the system where the agent is located. Separate list items with commas. No
    Log4j Logging Level Boolean Configure the level of Log4j messages to output to the console. Specify the logging level as ALL, TRACE, DEBUG, INFO, WARN, ERROR, FATAL, or OFF. No