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  1. Jenkins
  2. JENKINS-42644

Allow pipeline jobs to be watched

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      The Editable Email Notification Post-build Action lets uses subscribe to email triggers on that job, but this only seems to be exposed to freestyle jobs.

      This is a more elegant solution than making a change to a Jenkinsfile whenever I want to change the email list for a build.

      Can we get a way for users to configure which pipeline jobs they want to watch without needing to touch sourcecode?

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          igycrctl Paul LeTang created issue -
          igycrctl Paul LeTang made changes -
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          Description The Editable Email Notification Post-build Action lets uses subscribe to email triggers on that job.

          This is a more elegant solution than making a change to a Jenkinsfile whenever I want to change the email list for a build.

          Can we get a way for users to configure which jobs they want to watch without needing to touch sourcecode?
          The Editable Email Notification Post-build Action lets uses subscribe to email triggers on that job, but this only seems to be exposed to freestyle jobs.

          This is a more elegant solution than making a change to a Jenkinsfile whenever I want to change the email list for a build.

          Can we get a way for users to configure which jobs they want to watch without needing to touch sourcecode?
          igycrctl Paul LeTang made changes -
          Description The Editable Email Notification Post-build Action lets uses subscribe to email triggers on that job, but this only seems to be exposed to freestyle jobs.

          This is a more elegant solution than making a change to a Jenkinsfile whenever I want to change the email list for a build.

          Can we get a way for users to configure which jobs they want to watch without needing to touch sourcecode?
          The Editable Email Notification Post-build Action lets uses subscribe to email triggers on that job, but this only seems to be exposed to freestyle jobs.

          This is a more elegant solution than making a change to a Jenkinsfile whenever I want to change the email list for a build.

          Can we get a way for users to configure which pipeline jobs they want to watch without needing to touch sourcecode?

          Is there already an approximate time when this feature will be implemented?

          dhoerner Daniel Hoerner added a comment - Is there already an approximate time when this feature will be implemented?

          I have no plans to do this at this stage but will accept a pull request

          davidvanlaatum David van Laatum added a comment - I have no plans to do this at this stage but will accept a pull request
          qxtmzwxmnghdkydg Andrew C added a comment -

          @davidvanlaatum not having pipeline support for triggers continues to be an impediment – has your opinion at all changed on this?

          Thank you.

          qxtmzwxmnghdkydg Andrew C added a comment - @ davidvanlaatum  not having pipeline support for triggers continues to be an impediment – has your opinion at all changed on this? Thank you.
          abayer Andrew Bayer made changes -
          Component/s pipeline [ 21692 ]
          basil Basil Crow made changes -
          Assignee David van Laatum [ davidvanlaatum ]

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