Hudson Integration

Integrate JArchitect with Hudson

Installing JArchitect on the build server

To be able to run JArchitect analysis during a build on a Hudson server you need to install JArchitect on the server which hosts the Hudson agent that will run the JArchitect analysis. Just unzip JArchitect in a folder that the Hudson agent can use. In our example we will use “C:\Program Files\_Tools\Development\jarchitect”.

Configuring Hudson

  • First step: Create a JArchitect project (.jdproj)
  • once you have your Jarchitect project you must execute a windows batch command to generate JArchitectOut directory which contains JArchitect report files:

  • Go to Hudson Dashboard
  • Click on your Hudson job
  • Click on "Configure option" for your Hudson job
  • In the build portion add a build step (“execute windows batch command”)
  • Specify the execution command (path of JArchitect console and the path of your Jarchitect Project (.jdproj))

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Setting up the JArchitect Report in the Hudson Dashboard

    To publish the JArchitect HTML report you must install HTML publisher plugin:
  • Go to Hudson Dashboard
  • Click on "Manage Hudson"
  • On the Plugin Manager page, go to the "Available" tab next to Updates tab and click on recommended.
  • In the build report tabs click on "Create new build report tab"
  • Look for the html publisher plugin, enable the checkbox and click install. Just Wait for the "Success" Status.
  • Restart Hudson by clicking on the provided link on the success page. if you are using Tomcat, execute /bin/ and /bin/
    Html Publisher plugin is useful to publish the html reports that your build generates to the job and build pages. Below are the steps to publish and archive the HTML report files
  • Click on the Configure option for your Hudson job
  • In the post build portion, look for the Publish HTML Reports option and enable the checkbox.
  • Fill the path to the out directory of JArchitect containing the html report in the "HTML directory to archive" field. Specify the pages to display (default JArchitectReport.html); you can specify multiple comma-separated pages and each will be a tab on the report page. Finally, give a name in the Report Title field, which will be used to provide a link to the report. By default, only the most recent HTML report will be saved, but if you'd like to be able to view HTML reports for each past build, select "Keep past HTML reports."

  • Save the configuration, and run build once. The published HTML reports are available to view from within Hudson with convenient links in the dashboard.

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