Integration with Slack through IBM UrbanCode Deploy.
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IBM UrbanCode Deploy Slack Plugin Build Status

Note: This is not the plugin distributable! This is the source code. To find the installable plugin, go into the 'Releases' tab, and download a stable version.


This plugin is protected under the Eclipse Public 1.0 License


The IBM UrbanCode Deploy automation plugin uses Slack's Web API.
This plug-in requires version 6.1.1 or later of IBM UrbanCode Deploy.


The packaged zip is located in the releases folder. No special steps are required for installation.
See Installing plug-ins in UrbanCode Deploy. Download this zip file if you wish to skip the
manual build step. Otherwise, download the entire Slack-UCD and
run the "ant" command in the top level folder. This should compile the code and create
a new distributable zip within the releases folder. Use this command if you wish to make
your own changes to the plugin.


Version 5
    - Change from Ant/Ivy to Gradle build tool.
    - Reorganized folder structure.
    - Fix z/OS IBM-1047 encoding error.
    - Removed unnecessary jars.
Version 4
    - Send Slack Attachment message to multiple channels.
    - Changed the Post Custom Notification to Slack step name to Post Attachment Notification to Slack.
    - The Attachment Payload must now follow the exact JSON paylod for normal Attachment messages.
    - Various exception handling.
Version 3
    - New Custom Slack Step
    - Added timestamp
    - Removed Command Helper
    - Fixed issues with the JSON that was built
    - Major build.xml revisions
    - Upgrade groovy-plugin-utils to v1.2

Version 2.1
    - Description Updates
    - Added invalid Exception Variable

Version 2
    - Community GitHub Release

How to build the plugin from eclipse client:

  1. Expand the Groovy project that you checked-out from example template.
  2. Open build.xml file and execute it as an Ant Build operation (Run As -> Ant Build)
  3. The built plugin is located at releases/

How to build the plugin from command line:

  1. Navigate to the base folder of the project through command line.
  2. Make sure that there is build.xml file there, and then execute 'ant' command.
  3. The built plugin is located at releases/ Note: Edit the Build.xml to change the version 'dev' to a release number.