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Automate Content Pack Creation with Command Line/Jenkins

Anybody know how to do this? I stumbled upon this which sounds awesome but I can't get their custom tool to install properly:  http://www.automationlogic.com/continuous-integration-for-hp-operations-orchestration/

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Re: Automate Content Pack Creation with Command Line/Jenkins

Hello,

A cool new OO client for pythonians. We'll try it.

What are your use cases? If you are looking for standalone CLI tools to create content packs there are other two other options available:

1. OO Shell for Authors (OOSHA) was just released with OO 10.60 and enables CP creation from CLI

2. OO SDK contains Maven plugins and examples to create CPs using Maven technology

HTH,

Lucian

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Re: Automate Content Pack Creation with Command Line/Jenkins

That's excellent. Do you know if the OOSHA tool is applicable to HPOO ver. 10.20  or only 10.6+?

Is it part of the OO wizard or is there a download link I'm not easily finding?

 

thank you so much for taking the time to respond

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Re: Automate Content Pack Creation with Command Line/Jenkins

Hi,

OOSHA was mainly tested with 10.60 and it is available under Studio/tools folder.  Depending on your needs it will be available as an intependent tool as well.

HTH,

Lucian

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