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Plugin Information

View Calendar View on the plugin site for more information.

Shows past and future builds in a calendar view.


  • Provides a month, week and day view of past and future builds
  • Indicates status of past builds by color
  • Displays when future scheduled builds will happen
  • Shows estimated duration of future scheduled builds
  • Configurable date and time settings


1. Create a new view

Select the Calendar View option and give the view a name.

2. Configure the view

Select the jobs whose builds should be displayed in the view and customize the view to your liking:

Tip: to be more flexible in selecting the jobs use the View Job Filters Plugin.

3. Open the view

This will show all the past and future builds for the jobs that you have selected in the previous step.

Note: there is currently no auto refresh available.

Paste builds

Past builds will appear in four different colors:

  • Successfull builds will be blue
  • Failed builds will be red
  • Unstable builds will be yellow
  • Aborted builds will be dark gray

Clicking on a past build will lead to that specific build's detail page.

Future builds

Future builds are light gray with a dashed border.

Clicking on a future build will lead to the job's detail page.


Clone the repository then execute the following in the project's root directory:

$ mvn install

This will install Java dependencies as well as a local node installation and npm dependencies.

You can now run the plugin in a Jenkins instance by executing the following:

$ mvn hpi:run


v0.3.1 (released 2018-09-04)

  • Fix: [JENKINS-53312] Future scheduled builds for pipeline jobs were missing

v0.3.0 (released 2018-08-24)

  • Feature: add option to show week numbers
  • Feature: navigate to day and week views via day and week numbers
  • Feature: show successful builds as green when the Green Balls Plugin is installed
  • Feature: highlight selected builds
  • Fix: delay popups to prevent them from showing up unwanted
  • Fix: scroll to builds that are outside of viewport when navigating back and forth between builds
  • Fix: builds that last the entire visible time range are now included
  • Fix: start time for future builds used current seconds instead of always starting at zero seconds
  • Fix: scheduled builds with hashes in cron expression had wrong start time
  • Fix: builds showed up as past and future builds while they were running

v0.2.1 (released 2018-08-06)

  • Fix: [JENKINS-52797] ClassCastException for Matrix Projects
  • Fix: calcution of next start date was wrong when there were multiple cron expressions
  • Fix: builds overlapping the edge of the date range were not being shown

v0.2.0 (released 2018-07-25)

  • Feature: show popup with more information when hovering over a past or future build

v0.1.1 (released 2018-07-13)

  • Fix: special HTML characters in custom date/time formats were escaped twice
  • Fix: some typos and other minor issues in documentation
  • Fix: better validation for view configuration options

v0.1.0 (released 2018-07-11)

  • Initial release


MIT License


  1. Unknown User (jacob_s)

    I installed this view and really love it for workload management.  Kudos.  Unfortunately it doesn't display future jobs for any of my pipeline scripted jobs, only the current and past builds.  Is there any limitations to displaying future builds that I should be aware of?

    1. Unknown User (svenschoenung)

      Distributing the workload of scheduled jobs is why I created the plugin in the first place, so it's good to know that it's being used for that (smile)

      The reason future builds for pipeline jobs don't appear is that their trigger implementation is different from FreeStyleProjects and MatrixProjects. I've created a JIRA issue that you can watch if you want to be informed once this is fixed. Thanks for reporting the problem!

  2. Unknown User (danjng)

    Really liking this plugin, especially since I have been looking for a way to plan our maintenance windows to minimize impact on CI/CD activities!

    Is there an easy way I can pull down every single job onto the calendar? Or do I need to build a regex for it?

    1. Unknown User (svenschoenung)

      Using a regex like ".*" is the easiest way to include all jobs.

      Alternatively you could use the View Job Filters plugin which has an "All Jobs" filter.

  3. Unknown User (kantkanr99)

    Hi ,

    currently calendar it seem to be work with Build periodically only 

    It would be great if calendar can integrate with schedule build plugin : Schedule Build Plugin

    In my cases, some job will be run in future , but it not have the exact schedule to run