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Plugin Information

View Dependency Analyzer on the plugin site for more information.


This plugin parses dependency:analyze goal from maven build logs and generates a dependency report


  • This plugin is only available for maven project
  1. Activate dependency:analyze on the maven build configuration of your job
  2. Check the dependency analysis option on your job configuration
  3. Launch a new build

Project page

Global dependency reports are not yet implemented. Only the build part is available.

Build page

Clicking on the dependency analysis link opens the dependency reports.
Dependency problems detected by dependency:analyze goal are summarized in this page.

Version History

  • Not planified
    • Graph for dependency problems evolution on job main page
  • Next Release
    • Summarize dependency problems count
    • Global dependency report on job main page

Version 0.7 (Oct 2, 2014)

  • Maintenance release. Works with new version of Jenkins.
  • Organize artifact display into array.
  • Comit and move to Github

Version 0.6 (Feb 14, 2011)

  • Translation update (French)

Version 0.5 (Feb 15, 2010)

  • Update code for more recent Hudson

Version 0.4 (Sep 16, 2009)

  • Supports maven 2.1 (patch from mfriedenhagen JENKINS-4273)

Version 0.3

  • Add support to dependency:analyze-only goal (patch from JENKINS-4277)

Version 0.2

Version 0.1

  • Initial release
  • List of dependency problems, build centric


  1. Unknown User (jiai)

    As far as I understand, this plugin is meant only for Maven builds. Is there any activity to make it usable for Ant builds?

  2. Unknown User (rrodini)

    This plugin is only visible to Hudson maven type jobs.  It would be extremely useful if it were also available on Hudson freestyle jobs as these jobs can invoke maven builds.  Would you consider adding this feature?