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  2. JENKINS-60334

The POM for org.jenkins-ci.tools:maven-hpi-plugin:jar:3.6 is missing

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      I am trying to ingest Jenkins events into splunk based on this link https://wiki.jenkins.io/display/JENKINS/Splunk+Plugin+for+Jenkins, based on document, I have gone through the steps, and downloaded the Zip file from the git repository splunk-devops-plugin-master and when tried to execute the mvn package command I am getting the above error message. 

       

      Note: I am not a developer and new to Jenkins and my intention is to ingest Jenkins Events into splunk. Please do guide me how to package the jar file using the splunk-devops-plugin-master.

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          hem2107 Hemnaath Govartan added a comment -

          Hi Ted, 

           I am new to this forum and also not a developer,my intention is to ingest Jenkins Events into splunk, based on the Wiki document, I had tried to create a Jar file by installing Maven and executed the mvn package command but system was throwing error which I have attached for your reference. Please do guide me how to package the jar file using the splunk-devops-plugin-master. 

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          hem2107 Hemnaath Govartan added a comment - Hi Ted,   I am new to this forum and also not a developer,my intention is to ingest Jenkins Events into splunk, based on the Wiki document, I had tried to create a Jar file by installing Maven and executed the mvn package command but system was throwing error which I have attached for your reference. Please do guide me how to package the jar file using the splunk-devops-plugin-master. 
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          fengxx Ted Xiao added a comment -

          If you are not a developer and you just want to try it out, please use the update center to download

          https://jenkins.io/doc/book/managing/plugins/

          The simplest and most common way of installing plugins is through the Manage Jenkins > Manage Plugins view, available to administrators of a Jenkins environment.

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          fengxx Ted Xiao added a comment - If you are not a developer and you just want to try it out, please use the update center to download https://jenkins.io/doc/book/managing/plugins/ The simplest and most common way of installing plugins is through the  Manage Jenkins  >  Manage Plugins  view, available to administrators of a Jenkins environment.
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          hem2107 Hemnaath Govartan added a comment -

          Hi Ted Xiao, 

          Thanks for guiding me on this, now I am able to install the plugin and communicate with Splunk instance from Jenkins by clicking the Test Connection.  But now I am facing another issue, as per the documentation I have  configured  the Jenkins plugin for meta data, but unable to see any data via Splunk App for Jenkins. I had followed the below steps. 

           

          Steps:

          Installed Java 1.8 version in 64 bit Windows Platform.

          Installed Jenkins-2.190.3 in 64 bit windows Platform.

          Splunk Enterprise 7.3 (Single instance deployment method).

          Installed Splunk App for Jenkins 2.0.

          Created HEC token in splunk.

          Configured Splunk plugin for Jenkins.

          Test Connection --> Splunk connection Verified.

          Validating the connection checking the Splunk console and able to see the below events information when we perform "Test Connection"

          12/9/19
          10:04:25.036 PM ping from jenkins plugin raw event ping
          host = xxxxx source = http:jenkins sourcetype = text:jenkins

          Configured custom metadata -->
          Data Source --> Build Event
          Config Item --> Index
          Value --> Customer_index

           

          Could you please throw some lights on this or let me know from where I can trouble shoot this issue. 

           

           

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          hem2107 Hemnaath Govartan added a comment - Hi Ted Xiao,  Thanks for guiding me on this, now I am able to install the plugin and communicate with Splunk instance from Jenkins by clicking the Test Connection.  But now I am facing another issue, as per the documentation I have  configured  the Jenkins plugin for meta data, but unable to see any data via Splunk App for Jenkins. I had followed the below steps.    Steps: Installed Java 1.8 version in 64 bit Windows Platform. Installed Jenkins-2.190.3 in 64 bit windows Platform. Splunk Enterprise 7.3 (Single instance deployment method). Installed Splunk App for Jenkins 2.0. Created HEC token in splunk. Configured Splunk plugin for Jenkins. Test Connection --> Splunk connection Verified. Validating the connection checking the Splunk console and able to see the below events information when we perform "Test Connection" 12/9/19 10:04:25.036 PM ping from jenkins plugin raw event ping host = xxxxx source = http:jenkins sourcetype = text:jenkins Configured custom metadata --> Data Source --> Build Event Config Item --> Index Value --> Customer_index   Could you please throw some lights on this or let me know from where I can trouble shoot this issue.     
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          fengxx Ted Xiao added a comment - - edited

          https://wiki.jenkins.io/display/JENKINS/Splunk+plugin+for+Jenkins
          For Splunk version 6.5 or later, it is recommended to use the plugin's default config
          For Splunk 6.3.x or 6.4.x, please adjust the default sourcetype to json:jenkins:old (please remove it if Splunk get upgraded to latest version otherwise data will be extracted twice)

          custom metadata is for advanced users who build app themself, you do not need it. please remove the custom metadata

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          fengxx Ted Xiao added a comment - - edited https://wiki.jenkins.io/display/JENKINS/Splunk+plugin+for+Jenkins For Splunk version 6.5 or later, it is recommended to use the plugin's default config For Splunk 6.3.x or 6.4.x, please adjust the default sourcetype to json:jenkins:old (please remove it if Splunk get upgraded to latest version otherwise data will be extracted twice) custom metadata is for advanced users who build app themself, you do not need it. please remove the custom metadata

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            hem2107 Hemnaath Govartan
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