Pipelines 1.10.0

JFrog Release Information


Released: December 23, 2020


Requires Artifactory 7.11 or newer.

Pipelines 1.10.0 is Available as a Cloud Version

The JFrog Pipelines 1.10.0 release is available as a Cloud version and will be available for on-premise shortly.

Pipeline of Pipelines view

Pipelines now includes a graph view, also called Pipeline of Pipelines view, which displays a combined graph view of interconnected dependent pipelines. This makes it easy to view dependencies across pipelines and understand the end-to-end workflow. The Pipeline of Pipelines view is available as a toggle on the My Pipelines page. For more information, see Viewing Pipelines .Viewing Resources in the UI

Easier addition of Artifactory and Distribution integrations

Username and URL are automatically added when you select Artifactory or Distribution integration. In addition, these integrations provide the option to automatically fetch the existing API key or create a new one. For more information, see Artifactory Integration and Distribution Integration.

Ubuntu 20.04, CentOS 8 and RHEL 8 Platform Support

Pipelines can now be installed on Ubuntu 20.04, CentOS 8 and RHEL 8. Static node pools can be added for all the newly supported platforms, while dynamic node pools can be added for Ubuntu 20.04 and CentOS 8.

Fetch branches for multibranch pipeline sources

Users can now fetch and sync specific branches for a multibranch pipeline source. This helps users in situations where a pipeline is not automatically created for a branch because the branch creation webhook was missed for some reason. For more information, see Fetching Branches.

Clickable rows on My Pipelines page

On the My Pipelines page, clicking anywhere on the row for single branch pipeline now takes you directly to the pipeline. Clicking the parent row for a multibranch pipeline now reveals all branches associated with the pipeline. In addition, clicking one of the branches takes you to the branch view for that pipeline.

Retry mechanism added for Native steps

All native steps have been enhanced by adding retries for commands that could fail due to a network glitch or other external factors.

Changed default branch name for Github/Github Enterprise

The default branch name has been changed to main while adding a pipeline source with a Github/Github Enterprise integration.

Resolved Issues
  • Improved error handling around addition of pipeline source.

  • Fixed an issue, where sortBy and excludePatterns configuration was not working for FileSpec resources.

  • Fixed an issue, where the pipelines --version command did not work if the install command was not executed earlier.

  • Improved logging to show when no_proxy env is set.