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Can manage users from Jenkins

 
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Hi,

when following the next tutorial:

Create a Jenkins hook
The beautiful thing about Jenkins is that we can automate builds. We can trigger a build to be queued up when we push code to our repository.

To do this we need to get our Jenkins user API Token. Go to Manage Jenkins -> Manage Users. Click on your user account and click the Configure link in the left sidebar. Click Show API Token... and copy the token to your clipboard.



When in Manage Jenkins, there is not manage user option. The tutorial is from 2013.

Any idea please?

Regards, Isaac

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That link is now called "People" in the left navigation bar. The rest of the instructions are correct - you click on the user you are interested in, configure and see the API token options.
 
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Till here all is ok:



and now:



But I m using Git. How should I find the hook in Git?

Any idea, please?

 
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I found this article:



I get stuck here:



The error is :


I also have tried this:



And the last thing I tried is the same and adding the PORT like this:




Any idea, please?
 
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