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In the first post of this series on building polyglot persistence apps on OpenShift I talked about how we can create MongoDB backed Java application using Spring MongoDB framework. In this post we will setup Jenkins continuous integration server for our application. This blog will go beyond the Jenkins setup and will cover how to install various plugins and come up with a Quality Dashboard which shows the code coverage and test statistics as shown below. The plugins that we will install in this blog are Green Balls plugin, Cobertura plugin, Dashboard View plugin.

Posted by openshiftbyredhat  |   Nov 05 2012 / 13:09

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