Searching Better Handling with Global Maven Settings in Declarative Pipeline

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Searching Better Handling with Global Maven Settings in Declarative Pipeline

Sandra Parsick
Hello everyone,

I have following set up in my Jenkins instance (Version 2.240):

A Maven setting.xml is stored in Managed File -> Global Maven Settings.xml. In Managed Jenkins -> Managed Tools, this settings.xml is set in Maven configuration -> Default global settings provider -> Provided global settings.xml.

Now I have following declarative pipeline script:


pipeline {

    agent any

    tools
{
        jdk "11.0.7.j9-adpt"
    }

    stages {
        stage ('Maven Build') {
            steps {
                checkout scm
                withMaven
(maven: 'mvn-3.6.3') {
                    sh "mvn install"
                }

            }
        }

        stage ('Sonar analyse') {
            steps {
                withMaven(maven: 'mvn-3.6.3') {
                    sh "mvn sonar:sonar"
                }
            }
        }
    }
}

It works fine, but I like to reduce duplication like the withMaven declarative. Therefore, I refactor the pipeline to the following one:


pipeline {

    agent any

    tools
{
        jdk "11.0.7.j9-adpt"
        maven "mvn-3.6.3"
    }

    stages {
        stage ('Maven Build') {
            steps {
                checkout scm
                sh
"mvn install"
            }
        }

        stage ('Sonar analyse') {
            steps {
                sh "mvn sonar:sonar"
            }
        }
    }
}

Unfortunately, with above pipeline script my global set Maven settings.xml isn't used. So my question is, is there a trick that I can say global in my pipeline script or in my Jenkins configuration that which settings.xml should be used without using withMaven?

Thank you and best regards,

Sandra

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