i created my first working confluence plugin including a custom blueprint and context provider. I always tested the plugin via
atlas-run -DskipTests=true -Dmaven.test.skip=true since i don’t have any test-files at the moment.
I wanted to deploy the plugin to our production confluence server, so a testgroup can try the blueprint and give me some input. So i compiled the plugin via
atlas-plugin and uploaded the .jar-file into our plugin manager.
The Plugin gets installed without a problem and i can also use the blueprint. But somehow all my variables provided via the .properties-file are ignored. So the blueprint title is
my.blueprint.title and the description is
my.create-link.descriptionand so on…
Do i need to use a other command to release the package, or do i need working test-files?
Hope you can help me out!
Edit: I moved the src folder to a new plugin with the same name, just to clear things out. This time no test folder was created, and so the
atlas-run-command doesn’t fail even without
skipTests-Flag. So i think the cause must be something different?