How do I create a view in Jenkins?
- Login to Jenkins.
- Click Jenkins and go to homepage ( only if not in homepage where all jobs are there)
- Click on New View in Left vertical List.
- Select List View.
- Give view name.
- Select the jobs you want in view.
- Click Ok and Apply.
People also ask, how do I change the view in Jenkins?
Of course, the '+' will only appear if you have permission to create new views. Now, navigate to Manage Jenkins > Configure System. The Default View option appears. Using this you can select the default view.
Likewise, how do I restrict views in Jenkins? Try going to "Manage Jenkins"->"Manage Users" go to the specific user, edit his/her configuration "My Views section" default view. You can install "Extended Read Permission" plug-in. Then in either "Global Settings" or in individual job configuration, you can give the user "Extended Read" permission.
Keeping this in view, what is new view in Jenkins?
From your Jenkins instance's root page, there is a tab called “+” at the end of all the tabs. Click on that tab to create a new view. Give the view a name, and select the type of view you want to create. View types are an extension point that other plugins can contribute. Jenkins has one built in view type, List View.
Where does details of a build can be available in Jenkins?
Jenkins stores all its system and build job configuration details as XML files which is stored in the Jenkins home directory.