groovy.lang.MissingPropertyException: No such property: manager for class: Script1

I am trying to invoke Groovy inside Hudson (using groovy plugin) to get some properties for our build. But I am getting this exception:

groovy.lang.MissingPropertyException: No such property: manager for class: Script1

I get this with the following line:

def buildNUmber = manager.build.number

This happens when I run as an inline command within Jenkins as well as using a script:

I tried the solution below, but it fails during the declaration itself (line two):

Binding binding = new Binding();
binding.setVariable("manager", manager);
GroovyShell shell = new GroovyShell(binding);
shell.evaluate(new File("d:/dev/others/hudson/userContent/ScriptStuff.groovy").text);

The above is run using: Groovy command. And when I run the build it errors and complains about the line - binding.setVariable("manager", manager);

When I use the Groovy script file, then it complains about:

 def buildNumber = manager.build.number

Both errors are : groovy.lang.MissingPropertyException: No such property: manager for class: Script1

Tried everything mentioned in this thread as well:

I am using Hudson 2.2.1 and Groovy 2.1.3. What could be wrong?

Answers


Maybe I'm missing some part of your code, but where do you define the manager? If that's the complete Groovy script, you're trying to bind a variable which isn't declared anything, so it's not to weird that it fails, right?

Just define a manager it that's what you want, like:

def manager = "my manager" // probably not what you want

And should should be rid of your current error.


manager is provided by certain Groovy script plugins, but not all. To make your script generic, use the Jenkins/Hudson API instead:

import hudson.model.*

def build = Thread.currentThread().executable
def buildNumber = build.number
...

Just in case it helps, if you are using the 'Execute System Groovy Script', you don't need to use the 'manager' variable. This worked for me -

def workspace = build.getEnvVars()["WORKSPACE"]

One of the reasons groovy.lang.MissingPropertyException: is thrown when you are using a variable outside of its scope or you haven't defined that variable.


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