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    Axel
    @asquel
    ^^
    Axel
    @asquel
    I have one more question: Versions reported: (current=null, underDeployment: artifact-jenkins-artifact-to-elasticbeanstalk-9). Should I move on? false => That means it's not possible to deploy on an environment without any versions ?
    Aldrin Leal
    @aldrinleal
    it probably (probably - didn't read the source) - there's no current environment active. as such, it will only upload and then abort the deployment.
    Yehonatan Levi
    @leviyehonatan
    i wanna understand docker deployment! :-)
    Mirko Di Serafino
    @mirko_ds_twitter
    Hi there, someone can help me with this issue ingenieux/awseb-deployment-plugin#70
    Harshana Nanayakkara
    @harshana5
    hello
    just wondering if there is a pipeline syntax doco for this plugin ?
    Jeffry Hesse
    @DarthHater
    Hello, I'm wondering the same thing as @harshana5
    I manage my Jenkins build with a Jenkinsfile, thus I want to access AWSEB in a scripted manner
    I've yet to find any docs around this
    I'm stoked y'all made this, just kinda wondering why there isn't any info around it
    I am guessing it doesn't exist, just want to confirm
    Jeffry Hesse
    @DarthHater
    Ok, so I went ahead and tried to implement the Step stuff, here's a PR for it: ingenieux/awseb-deployment-plugin#72
    I haven't been able to test it yet (no local Jenkins)
    But I figured I'd float it out there
    Quite a few things seemed broken/odd as I was working on it, so if you see some extra changes and you are like "Why did he do that" it's because the annotations weren't creating what I thought they would be, and I just wrote the code so mvn clean package -DskipTests would work
    thats how i do it in jenkinsfile
    less worried about pipeline syntax but it works fairly well
    Jeffry Hesse
    @DarthHater
    Thanks a ton for sharing that @myoung34
    That was likely what I was going to have to do unless something like that PR I floated makes it through
    It would be nice to rely on a plugin, I kinda hate writing shell scripts since stuff can get brittle over time
    bmadsen-assf
    @bmadsen-assf
    @myoung34 do you still have that mechanism? I'm trying to figure out how to use AWSEB in pipelines now and it looks like I can use @DarthHater 's fork/PR or your snippet that seems to have expired from that link.
    Jeffry Hesse
    @DarthHater
    Never heard much of anything back related to my PR
    Project seems kind of dead
    Ben Madsen
    @benmadsen
    Got it. Well, I got my stuff working by using your code in the pipeline. I couldn't figure out how to reference the "credentialId" field from the pipeline class notation (as I don't think it's possible).
    I'm not sure it's "dead", but @aldrinleal definitely seems to have been busy enough to have it in a deep sleep. I may be able to poke at the plugin once in a while, though, as I'm now invested in the plugin working well. :smirk:
    do we know if there's a way for Jenkins plugins to verify you're not trying to set the wrong variable from pipeline class notation or even from the DSL? I think I spent a good 10 hours banging my head before I realized "credentialId" wasn't "credentialsId"...
    Jeffry Hesse
    @DarthHater
    @benmadsen glad my stuff helped out, I didn't even test it, hah! Just wrote that and kinda put it over the fence to see if I could get any feedback before I did more (like write tests)
    Ben Madsen
    @benmadsen
    Heh…. yeah, it was the only thing I could get working for my scenario. Thanks a bunch!
    Jeffry Hesse
    @DarthHater
    I wrote a bunch of shell scripts to emulate it
    I'll see if I can share those
    Aldrin Leal
    @aldrinleal
    Guys, author here. Thanks for shedding a tear of emotion by collaborating on a project that sometimes have too many non constructing feedback (and makes me compelled to show it to their bosses and customers)
    That said, I wonder if you could submit back some documentation so that makes my life easier :)
    Jeffry Hesse
    @DarthHater
    Word up dude!
    Aldrin Leal
    @aldrinleal
    I'm aware of the patch queue. I'll look in a couple of days. Bear in mind that testing instructions are welcome :)
    Jeffry Hesse
    @DarthHater
    I'll see what I can pull together on my PR, @benmadsen you are more than welcome to contribute too seeing as how you've been using it
    Ben Madsen
    @benmadsen
    Awesome. I’ll help wherever I can! and I totally get it @aldrinleal ! Thanks for sparing cycles on the project. I know how difficult that can be.
    Jeffry Hesse
    @DarthHater
    Yep! Sorry if it came across as apathetic earlier
    Aldrin Leal
    @aldrinleal
    Hah, nvm. The worst case was the one telling me how to run my issues. Then asked to take over maintenance. had to ban him.
    Jeffry Hesse
    @DarthHater
    @benmadsen if you want, pop some instructions on my PR either via README or something akin, I won't have time to really do much till this weekend (closing on a house this week)
    Ben Madsen
    @benmadsen
    sounds good. I’ll throw some stuff up today or tomorrow.
    Ben Madsen
    @benmadsen
    added as a new PR as I don’t have permission on Darth’s fork ;-)
    ingenieux/awseb-deployment-plugin#75
    Jeffry Hesse
    @DarthHater
    I'll gladly give you permission @benmadsen
    But it's probs fine just using your PR
    Ben Madsen
    @benmadsen
    either way
    Aldrin Leal
    @aldrinleal
    @benmadsen I'll look at your PR tonight I promise
    Ben Madsen
    @benmadsen
    No problem. I’ve got a local version of the plugin with my changes up and running just fine.
    Pankaj
    @PankajVP
    Hi All, anyone facing this issue?
    ingenieux/awseb-deployment-plugin#68
    Marko Antolovic
    @bronhy
    could anyone point me to the link where it is documented how to configure logDriver for cloudwatch in eb cli for single docker container it is different then with multi