In my jenkins job, I hit this issue where I was using GIT_URL to embed in my MANIFEST.MF. I found it was’t actually embedding the GIT Details in my Manifest.MF, I had to switch to GIT_URL_1 as described in Jenkins Git Plugin
2 – As your db instance owner, remove the change log entry [db2inst1@db myfolder]$ db2 “DELETE from myschema.DATABASECHANGELOG WHERE ID = ‘2.1.0-x-table'” DB20000I The SQL command completed successfully.
3 – Confirm the change log is removed [db2inst1@db myfolder]$ db2 “select * from myschema.DATABASECHANGELOG WHERE ID = ‘2.1.0-x-table’”
I spent some hours to figure out how to deploy my webapp to the Liberty from my Maven project.
I looked into the feature restConnector-1.0 . restConnector provides a REST based JMX MBeans interface to WebSphere Liberty. You add <feature>restConnector-1.0</feature> to your server, and make sure you have a user set in the admin role.
You can login and see the various APIs [ https://localhost:9443/IBMJMXConnectorREST/api ] or check the documentation [API1][API2][MBean] . You’ll want to check any upload with https://localhost:9443/IBMJMXConnectorREST/file/status
I used it with maven-antrun-plugin to execute against curl.