HelmDeploy - YAML Schema

JFrog Pipelines Documentation

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The YAML schema for HelmDeploy native step is as shown below. For more information on HelmDeploy Pipeline steps, see HelmDeploy.

HelmDeploy

pipelines:
  - name:   <string>
    steps:
      - name: <string>
        type: HelmDeploy
        configuration:
          #inherits all the tags from bash
          helmVersion:         <2 | 3>          # optional, defaults to 2
          namespace:               <string>     # optional, namespace to which to deploy
          flags:               <string>         # optional
          valueFilePaths:                       # optional
            - <path and filename>
          releaseName:         <string> 
          chartPath:           <path string>    # optional, may be required for certain input resources
                  chartName:           <path string>    # optional, may be required for certain input resources
                  chartVersion:        <path string>    # optional, may be required for certain input resources
          dryRun:              <true | false>   # optional, only deploys if the dryrun is success
          lint:                <true | false>   # lints chart before upgrade, default false
          lintFlags: “--strict”
          test:                <true | false>   # runs helm test after upgrade, default false
          testFlags: “--parallel”

          integrations:
            - name:         <kubernetes integration>                         # required            
          inputResources:
            - name:         <HelmChart, GitRepo, FileSpec, BuildInfo or ReleaseBundle resource>    # required, one input resource from this list is required
                                                                                                                                                                                           # HelmChart and GitRepo input resources are allowed together       
        execution:
          onStart:
            - echo "Preparing for work..."
          onSuccess:
            - echo "Job well done!"
          onFailure:
            - echo "uh oh, something went wrong"
          onComplete: #always
            - echo "Cleaning up some stuff"