How can I copy jobs from one folder to another?

Issue

I’m trying to copy jobs from one folder to another. I can’t find a way to do that.

Environment

  • CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise
  • Folders
  • Folders Plus

Resolution

To move folders you need either Folders or Folders Plus installed.

Let’s say I have two folders: my-folder and my-folder-2 and have a Jenkins job under my-folder/my-job. If would like to move this job from one location to another one, just need to click in the dropdown menu that you can see below and click on move option.

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    Bleacher Report

    No Screenshot found.....

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    Michael New

    It would be good if this were answered.  I see other questions on the internet but the version of jenkins is different and the options available are different.

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    Arnaud Heritier

    Michael I fixed the screenshot. Does it helps more ? What would we improve ?

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    Michael New

    It helps, but the move functionality did not work in my case...

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    James Brown

    Hi Michael, I've just created a ticket for us to follow up with our engineers. You should be receiving an email momentarily. 

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    Steven Christenson

    The question was how to "copy" not "move". So unless "move" is really a copy... then this doesn't answer the question.  However. the missing bit of information is that the pulldown is "Move/Copy/Promote" and once you get the target named, you have three options "Move", "Copy" and "Promote".  I tried this using Jenkins operation center and it ... Worked though it took a long time.  Apparently it first analyzes the job to see if the plugins on the from are compatible with the "To". Then it took a very long time to transfer.  Perhaps because it also copies all the build results.
    Above is the set up to copy from one of our Jenkins to another in the Jenkins Operation Center.




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