The following plugin provides functionality available through Pipeline-compatible steps. Read more about how to integrate steps into your Pipeline in the Steps section of the Pipeline Syntax page.

For a list of other such plugins, see the Pipeline Steps Reference page.

SQLPlus Script Runner

step([$class: 'SQLPlusRunnerBuilder']): SQLPlus Script Runner

  • credentialsId : String
  • user : String
    Inform schema user information (example: SCOTT) or schema user and password (example: SCOTT/TIGER). You can use global variable like ${USER}.
  • password : String
  • instance : String
    Inform instance information (example: ORCL). You can use global variable like ${INSTANCE}.
  • scriptType : String
  • script : String
    This is the name of SQL script, expected at src/main/resources folder.
    update.sql or sql/update.sql
  • scriptContent : String
    This is a custom SQL script.
     SELECT sysdate from dual; 
     show user; 

  • customNLSLang : String (optional)
    NLS_LANG is an environment variable used to define language, territory and character set properties. Example: AMERICAN_AMERICA.US7ASCII or FRENCH_CANADA.WE8ISO8859P1 Source: ORAFAQ
  • customOracleHome : String (optional)
    Using custom ORACLE_HOME will override global ORACLE_HOME. Leave this field blank to use global ORACLE_HOME. ORACLE_HOME refers to either a directory where the Oracle software is installed or an environment variable pointing to the directory where the Oracle software is installed. Source: ORAFAQ
  • customSQLPath : String (optional)
    SQLPATH contains the name of your directory for your SQL script collection. Example: c:\u01\app\sql_scripts or /oracle/app/sql Source: DBA Oracle
  • customSQLPlusHome : String (optional)
    Using custom SQL*Plus will help find SQL*Plus executable file, this helps if you are working with Jenkins slave machines. Example: C:\Oracle\App\Server\Oracle\bin\sqlplus.exe or /oracle/app/oracle/product/12.1.0/dbhome_1/bin/sqlplus Learn more about distributed builds
  • customTNSAdmin : String (optional)
    Using custom TNS_ADMIN refers to a directory where the Oracle SQL*Net configuration files (like sqlnet.ora and tnsnames.ora) are located. Example: C:\Oracle\App\Server\Oracle\network\admin or /oracle/app/oracle/product/12.1.0/dbhome_1/network/admin Source: ORAFAQ

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