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You can install the plugin from the Jenkins web UI, or you can download the plugin from the plugin repository. 

Option 1:
To install the plugin from the Jenkins Web UI:

  1. Navigate to the Jenkins Manage Plugins page.
  2. Select the Available tab and filter for “Skytap”
  3. Select the “Install” checkbox next to “Skytap Cloud CI Plugin for Jenkins.”
  4. Click Download now and install after restart.


To configure the plugin, you will need to enter to your Skytap credentials. Optionally, you can also enable verbose logging.

  1. To enter your Skytap credentials:## Navigate to the configuration page for your Jenkins build project.## Under Build Environment, enter your Skytap User ID and API security token. 
    NOTE: You can retrieve your user ID (user name) and API security token from your Skytap account settings page ( If you do not have an API security token listed, use the instructions at to enable API security tokens in your account.
  2. To enable verbose logging for Skytap actions:##  Navigate to Manage Jenkins > Configure System.
    ## In the Skytap Cloud Plugin settings, select Enable Console Logging of Skytap Actions
    Logs will be sent to the Jenkins Project build console.


This action will copy VMs from a Skytap template into a Skytap environment.



Environment ID or Environment File (Required)

Enter a Skytap environment ID (an integer), if one is known. 
If the environment was created in an earlier step (using the "Create Environment from Template” Skytap action), enter the Environment Data Save File created from that step.

Template ID or Template File (Required)

Enter a Skytap template ID (an integer), if one is known. 
If the template was created in an earlier step (using the "Create Template from Environment” Skytap action), enter the Template Data Save File created from that step.

Environment Data Save File (Optional)

To create a new Environment Data Save File with updated environment metadata, enter a new file name (updatedenv.json). This file can be used in actions that require a Skytap environment ID or other environment metadata.