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aio cli plugin integration with jenkins

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is there any plugin of adobe cli which can directly be installed in jenkins , and the basic steps that are shared for the plugin how that will be recognize by jenkins when its installed on the server hosting the jenkins .

 

Please share the complete guidance for integrating adobe cli with jenkins and its usage in jobs .

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@shellygoel this i have already gone through but there is no documentation or plugin which we can directly integrate when jenkins server is already installed , even with the plugin installation with npm command i am getting the error after calling the aio command :- 

aio' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.

so even if we follow the instruction of installing the aio plugin , as mentioned in the official document :- 

Set up the development tools for AEM as a Cloud Service development | Adobe Experience Manager

 

jenkins will not going to recognize the aio as an integrated plugin so that we can use it inside our jobs .

 

Let me know if you have any another way of integrating this plugin .