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sfdx : Jenkinks : Invalid plugin. sfdx only supports plugins with a namespace. #143
or something simple like
These commands are running without any problems when logged into the same machine on the terminal (as
This is the output from Jenkins:
The same issue is described here by another developer:
Plugins are stored in the user's directory. I'm assuming that is why you are seeing "Installing required plugins for force.." even though they are installed for your ec2 user. I would try to run that command while logged into the jenkins user.
As for "Invalid plugin. sfdx only supports plugins with a namespace.", that is usually from an invalid or old salesforcedx plugin. Can you run the command with SFDX_DEBUG=1 and print out
Hi Thomas, thanks for your reply!
What is happening is definitely an update cycle error in my Jenkins home directory:
Maybe the problem is somewhere on Heroku CLI tool's side (which is maybe somehow the base for SFDX..?) ?
The very same log is showed when I'm running it from terminal (as ec2-user) using
The versions are the same for both users:
Now I'll try to set up a Jenkins instance on my desktop machine and see, if it works.