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  2. JENKINS-22551

Changes Saved on Execution Slicer not Saved in config.xml

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      1) Save changes on Execution Slicer.
      (changes are reflected in jobs in Jenkins)
      2) Verify config.xml files are not updated.
      3) Restart Jenkins and verify changes were lost.

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          orenkatz Oren Katz added a comment -

          I have the same issue, any workarounds?

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          orenkatz Oren Katz added a comment - I have the same issue, any workarounds?
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          windchiller Mike Murray added a comment -

          I "think" it is related to Inheritance Plugin, since it stores versioned config info stored in zip files. It seem if you don't make changes via the job config, the Inheritance Plugin isn't aware, so they get lost if something happens, causing the info to be restored from the Inheritance Plugin's record of job config.

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          windchiller Mike Murray added a comment - I "think" it is related to Inheritance Plugin, since it stores versioned config info stored in zip files. It seem if you don't make changes via the job config, the Inheritance Plugin isn't aware, so they get lost if something happens, causing the info to be restored from the Inheritance Plugin's record of job config.
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          mdonohue mdonohue added a comment -

          i hadn't heard of the inheritance-plugin before. it seems at odds with the design of the configuration slicing plugin. If anything, I would just put in a warning on the configuration slicing screen explaining that they don't play nice together. Pick one strategy, rather than trying to mix them.

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          mdonohue mdonohue added a comment - i hadn't heard of the inheritance-plugin before. it seems at odds with the design of the configuration slicing plugin. If anything, I would just put in a warning on the configuration slicing screen explaining that they don't play nice together. Pick one strategy, rather than trying to mix them.

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            mdonohue mdonohue
            Reporter:
            windchiller Mike Murray
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