Please see the ZAP pipeline plugin page for more information.
This will generate a .hpi file in the target directory that you can install on your Jenkins installation.
mvn clean install
Copy the ./target/zap-pipeline.hpi file to the $JENKINS_HOME/plugins directory and restart Jenkins. You can also use the plugin management console (Manage Jenkins -> Manage Plugins -> Advanced -> Upload Plugin)
Below is a shell script you can use to automatically build and install the plugin
sudo service jenkins stop mvn install cp ./target/zap-pipeline.hpi /var/lib/jenkins/plugins/zap-pipeline.hpi sudo service jenkins start
New feature proposals and bug fix proposals should be submitted as pull requests. Fork the repository, prepare your change on your forked copy, and submit a pull request. Your pull request will be evaluated by a developer and merged
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