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By installing optional plugins, you can connect to and work with your Hudson, Jenkins or TeamCity automated build platforms directly from within RepreZen API Studio.


Hudson and Jenkins

A single plugin supports both Hudson and Jenkins.


Installation

To install the plugin, choose Install New Software from the Help menu. In the dialog window that opens, select Mylyn from the Work with... list. (If you do not see Mylyn, click on the Available Software Sites link and check the box next to the entry for Mylyn.)



Next, check the box labeled Mylyn Builds Connector: Hudson/Jenkins within the Mylyn Integrations group.



Finally, click the Next button and follow instructions to finish the installation.


Getting Started


Once you have installed the plugin and restarted RepreZen API Studio, choose Show View Other... in the Window menu, and open the Builds view listed in the Mylyn group.



The Builds view will open in a new pane, and you can click on the link in Create a build server... to set up connectivity to your Hudson or Jenkins server. Once connected, you will be able to view information about builds- including status, JUnit test results, and console output - and manually launch new builds, all without leaving RepreZen API Studio.


TeamCity

The TeamCity plugin is provided by JetBrains.

Installation

To install the plugin, choose Install New Software from the Help menu. In the dialog window that opens, select TeamCity from the Work with... list. (If you do not see TeamCity, click on the Available Software Sites link and check the box next to the entry for TeamCity.)




Next, check the box labeled JetBrains TeamCity Integration for Eclipse.



Finally, click the Next button and follow instructions to finish the installation.


Getting Started


Once you have installed the plugin and restarted RepreZen API Studio, choose Show Perspective Other... in the Window menu, and open the TeamCity perspective.

 



Click on the Login button to connect to your TeamCity server, and you should see items appearing in the various panels of the TeamCity perspective. A great many features are present, including tracking and launching builds, working with investigations, and viewing test failures with live exception traces, etc.


Hint: If you are not seeing anything (or very much) in TeamCity perspective, you may need to update your IDE Notifier settings in the TeamCity web console. Also, if your Version Control Username Settings are not correct in the TeamCity web console, you will not see anything in the TeamCity My Changes panel.




Hint: After the first time you open the TeamCity perspective, you can return to it easily by clicking on the TeAmbutton in the upper-right corner of RepreZen API studio. You can also use the RepreZen button in the same area to return to the normal RepreZen perspective at any time.


Limitations

Please note that, while we have tested the plugins recommended on this page on a current version of Reprezen API Studio and found them to be compatible and to function as intended, the plugins themselves were created and are maintained by external parties and are not designed specifically for use in our product. Usage scenarios that we did not test may fail, and updates to either plugin could cause problems in the future. We consider it unlikely that such problems would represent risks beyond loss of specific functionality provided by the plugin. If you encounter issues with either plugin, please create a support ticket and tell us about it.