Sunday, February 23, 2020

How to push a code change into GitHub remote repository? - Code push into GitHub using Git bash

Let us see how to push a code change using Git bash or iTerm on your local machine into GitHub.

After configuring a freestyle job or pipeline using Jenkins for building and deployment, you would like to make a code change to make sure Jenkins have started automated builds/deployments.

SSH keys set up and uploaded into GitHub.

Implementation steps:
1. Go to GitHub, select repository which you already have setup MyWebApp.
If you already cloned, move to step # 6.
2. Click on clone
3. copy SSH clone url
4. go to git bash window
5. paste the url and enter
git clone
type yes to connect. now perform to list the repo, perform below command:

ls -al

you should see the repo name. once you see the repo name, copy the repo name and

6. cd myFebBatchRepo

change repo_name per your name of the repo you created in GitHub.

7. cd MyWebApp/src/main/webapp
8. sudo vi index.jsp

Change Hello world into below yellow highlighted:
<h2>Howdy Folks !!! Welcome to DevOps!</h2>

9. press escape, enter :wq!
10. git add index.jsp
11. git commit -m "made change to jsp"
12. git push

Now Login to GitHub and verify the code changes you made are pushed into your repo in GitHub.

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