Is possible to detect scriptsecurity.sandbox.RejectedAccessException without running the pipeline?

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Is possible to detect scriptsecurity.sandbox.RejectedAccessException without running the pipeline?

Victor Martinez
Hi there,

Not sure if this has been already discussed in the past, but I wonder if it is possible to proactively detect whether a specific pipeline got a blacklisted method without need to run the whole pipeline?

So I guess there are benefits of knowing whether the pipeline does fulfil the requirements imposed within the script-security-plugin.

Any clues/suggestions how to detect those requirements during the development of the pipeline?

Thanks.

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