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  2. JENKINS-47876

Cannot schedule Multibranch inside Folder mapped to a View

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      It's complex, i know.

      I have a Folder with some Multibranch pipelines inside. This jobs are mapped to a View with "nested" to flatten folder contents.
      The generated schedule url is http://jenkins/job/<Folder>/job/<Branch>/schedule, but should be http://jenkins/job/<Folder>/job/<Multibranch>/job/<Branch>/schedule. It's missing the Multibranch configuration name.
      When I click the schedule action, it displays a 404 error.

       

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          Seems to be a little too complex for me I tried around with multibranch jobs and folders, but wasn't able to reproduce the error. Could you describe in detail or screenshot how your view is configured?

          pingunaut Martin Spielmann added a comment - Seems to be a little too complex for me I tried around with multibranch jobs and folders, but wasn't able to reproduce the error. Could you describe in detail or screenshot how your view is configured?

          Hi bkmeneguello

          if no further feedback will be provided until the end of the month, i'll close this issue as incomplete. If your problem still persists, please comment.

          pingunaut Martin Spielmann added a comment - Hi bkmeneguello if no further feedback will be provided until the end of the month, i'll close this issue as incomplete. If your problem still persists, please comment.

          got no feedback

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          enekogb Eneko Gonzalez added a comment - - edited

          Hi pingunaut. I've just found this issue in my Jenkins instance. Steps to reproduce:

          1. Create a New View, call it "TestView" and choose "List View" type (haven't tested with other types)
          2. Select some pipeline jobs (they must be in subfolders, I haven't tested with jobs outside a folder). For example, one in the "admin/dockers_dcos" folder

          If you use the "Schedule Build" option in the dropdown menu (click on the arrow behind the job name), it works. The URL in the browser becomes:

          https://my.jenkins.url/view/TestView/job/admin/job/dockers_dcos/job/build_docker_dcos_push_nexus/schedule/

           But if you use the "Schedule Build" button on the right, you got a 404 error as the URL in the browser becomes:

          https://my.jenkins.url/view/TestView/job/build_docker_dcos_push_nexus/schedule/

          As you can see, the folder part is missing in the URL

           

          enekogb Eneko Gonzalez added a comment - - edited Hi pingunaut . I've just found this issue in my Jenkins instance. Steps to reproduce: Create a New View, call it "TestView" and choose "List View" type (haven't tested with other types) Select some pipeline jobs (they must be in subfolders, I haven't tested with jobs outside a folder). For example, one in the "admin/dockers_dcos" folder If you use the "Schedule Build" option in the dropdown menu (click on the arrow behind the job name), it works. The URL in the browser becomes: https://my.jenkins.url/view/TestView/ job/admin /job/dockers_dcos /job/build_docker_dcos_push_nexus/schedule/  But if you use the "Schedule Build" button on the right, you got a 404 error as the URL in the browser becomes: https://my.jenkins.url/view/TestView/job/build_docker_dcos_push_nexus/schedule/ As you can see, the folder part is missing in the URL  

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