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Re: OpenShift Jenkins OAuth2 Authentication using Spring Boot

On Fri, Feb 9, 2018 at 5:16 PM, Tien Hung Nguyen <tienhng nguyen gmail com> wrote:
Thank you for your response.

Do you know what I have ti import in order to execute OpenShift oc commands in Java Spring Boot in order to retrieve the token from OpenShift? Since I don't know much about Go, I just understand a part of the code.

the token for your pod's service account should already be mounted in your pod assuming you're running on openshift:

2018-02-09 20:04 GMT+01:00 Ben Parees <bparees redhat com>:

On Fri, Feb 9, 2018 at 1:45 PM, Tien Hung Nguyen <tienhng nguyen gmail com> wrote:
Hello everyone,

I'm having a Spring Boot Rest Microservice and I'm trying to pull some information with a Rest call from my Jenkins Server, which is running in an OpenShift pod (based on the default openshift/jenkins image), to display the information from Jenkins in a unified dashboard.

However, I'm getting some problems with the authentication because OAuth2 is enabled on the Jenkins Pod. What is the correct way to authenticate my Spring Boot Rest Microservice with the Jenkins pod which redirects me at the moment to the OpenShift page because of OAuth2?

Currently, I have the required information and credentials in a properties file stored that I use for rest call, like username, password, server, domain etc., but actually that's mot working to authenticate with the jenkins pod.

Could you give me some sample code snippet that shows how to do that in a proper way?

you need to provide your openshift token to jenkins w/ the request, we have a utility library here that we use for interacting w/ jenkins during our automated testing, perhaps you can adapt it:


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