Jenkins job auto-triggering when code commit on SVN repo using POST COMMIT hook

I am trying to implement CI/CD pipeline using Jenkins , docker and Ansible. I am using SVN code repository for my version control system. For deployment and SVN code repo, I am using AWS EC2. Deployment and code repo is in separate VM.

My Requirement

When I am committing my code into SVN repository , I need to trigger one Jenkins Job. That job will call a ansible playbook.Later it will build project, build Docker image and deploy into EC2. So for any change to my SVN code repository, I need to build Jenkins job.

My Current Attempt

I added the following script in post-commit.tmpl file under $repo/hooks folder.

REPOS="$1"
REV="$2"
UUID=`svnlook uuid $REPOS`
/usr/bin/wget \
  --header "Content-Type:text/plain;charset=UTF-8" \
  --post-data "`svnlook changed --revision $REV $REPOS`" \
  --output-document "-" \
  --timeout=2 \
  http://server/subversion/${UUID}/notifyCommit?rev=$REV

The following is the screenshot

And checked the "Poll SCM option in Jenkins Job":

NB: I am not looking minute/hours/week schedule to pull from repo. Instead of that, I am looking when there is a code change, then I need to build Jenkins project. So I did not add any schedule.

But still I am not getting the latest code in Jenkins. How can I find out the issue related with my configuration?

Updated post-commit.tmpl file

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I made lot attempt to resolve this problem by using guidance from answers. Finally I got the actual issue that I was facing. I added the post-commit script in the file "post-commit.tmpl". This file defaulty I got when I created my SVN repository. Instead of adding the "post-commit.tmpl" need to create file just "post-commit". It resolved my problem.

HOWTO: Instant trigger Jenkins for a new build with a SVN post , This post will continue the setup of a development environment and will demonstrate how to create a post-commit SVN hook to trigger a build with Jenkins. A way to archive this, is using a feature from SVN called hooks. for Jenkins is the commit event which often mean that new code has been added or​  Automatically triggering a Jenkins build on Git commit. In this series: Getting started with Jenkins, Git and MSBuild. Automatically triggering a Jenkins build on Git commit (this post) Running NUnit tests with Jenkins. Following on from my previous post, Getting started with Jenkins, Git and MSBuild, the next step is to get Jenkins to build whenever I commit changes to a local Git repository.

It's hard to troubleshoot this problem without seeing actual errors and the log. However, one of the possible reasons is that your SVN server requires authentication. You should specify a correct username and password and make sure that this user account has Read permissions to the SVN repository.

Subversion, To reduce this delay, you can set up a post commit hook so the Subversion repository jobs you want to trigger if you are using project-based matrix authorization). If you don't want to mess with a .netrc file, you could just hard-​code the user  – Jenkins – svn . In my previous articles I described how to install SVN and how to install Jenkins on a Synology NAS DS1511+ ( or any other linux box ). This post will continue the setup of a development environment and will demonstrate how to create a post-commit SVN hook to trigger a build with Jenkins.

there is an easier way ...by simply defining the schedule for the trigger:

or use trigger builds remotely, if wanting a push instead of a pull solution, which requires posting to https://username:api-token@JENKINS_URL/job/Example/build, with a predefined API token; authenticating scripted clients explains it. building only on changes suggested, because everything else would unnecessarily cost processing power (which equals money).

Subversion Plugin - Jenkins, To reduce this delay, you can set up a post commit hook so the Subversion jobs you want to trigger if you are using project-based matrix authorization). If you don't want to mess with a .netrc file, you could just hard-code the user and without credentials with same "url start" is checked before the "main repo"; (error)​  Automating Continuous Integration - Triggering A Jenkins with hooks post commit script.

Integrate with GitHub: build after each commit (Get started with , shown how to use the Jenkins continuous integration platform, including how code repository that users commit their work to, and retrieve previously to compile a Visual Studio project from the command line using the Visual Studio MSBuild tool. Git, support post-commit hooks - small tasks that can be executed by the  I any case jenkins log says "WARNING: No subversion jobs using repository:" although the passed uuid in post commit hook http post (and in jenkins log) and the workspace's svn uuid in jenkins job is exactly the same. It does not work and this ia major! I have no to chnage all my jobs trigger ,, ahh!

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Create a Continuous Integration Pipeline with GitLab and Jenkins, Now, it is possible to setup a Build Trigger to get Jenkins to poll for You do this using the Poll SCM option on the project configuration page in Jenkins. However, before we get into the details of the post-commit Git hook  Jenkins; JENKINS-21299; SVN post commit hook not triggering any jobs

Comments
  • Do you have "Prevent Cross Site Request Forgery exploits" security option enabled? And also have you checked Jenkins log if there is maybe an error logged?
  • You can check it under ManageJenkins - > ConfigureGlobalSecurity and look for Prevent Cross Site Request Forgery exploits checkbox. I think from Jenkins 2.x this option is enabled by default.
  • This should help stackoverflow.com/questions/42487563/…
  • @RaoslawSzamszur - Yes , its already checked that option in configure global security.
  • @rohitthomas - thank you for response. I will check and read about this link that you given here.
  • Thank you for your response. I disabled the "Prevent Cross Site Request Forgery exploits" option and checked. Then also its not working. I think this is not the proper reason (Security related).
  • @Jacob probably issue occurs before communicating with Jenkins, but still, this security option would stop your post hook. Now back to debugging, can your Jenkins job poll SCM at all (try entering any schedule value ex.: H/5 * * * *) This will tell if the problem is with communication or your post-hook. Also you've mentioned that code is in separate VM, can your EC2 instance talk with this VM at all? (Maybe you forgot to set ALC for this AWS instance)
  • Yes sir. I already tried and confirmed this. H/2 * * * * working. And also tried with every minute also. That also working. I am able to see my modified code in jenkins workspace. For every minute and every 2 minute , its working. Problem is related with post-hook.
  • @Jacob do you have enabled "Allow anonymous read access" option (I've added a screenshot in edit)? This was also mentioned in Wiki that is necessary in order to post-commit hook to work.
  • I checked the option "Allow anonymous read access " that you given like in screenshot. But that also not working.
  • Thank you for your response. Yes. I already checked the user permission. When I am manually running ansible playbook its checkouting (I added maven module using ansible playbook for checkouting). Also In my local editor also its checkouting. After I added the configuration in hooks, When I am commiting , my jenkins job not building. Within Jenkins I am calling the playbook for CI/CD pipeline inclusing the svn checkout stage. Manually its checkout is working. Only problem is related with Hooks.