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How can you configure a Declarative Pipeline to record the fingerprint of an artifact?

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How can you configure a Declarative Pipeline to record the fingerprint of an artifact?

  • A . CaII the fingerprintArtifact() step immediately after the archiveArtifacts( ) step.
  • B . Enable the Declarative Pipeline 'enableFingerprints' 'option' .
  • C . Set the Fingerprint Artifacts global configuration option.
  • D . Set the "fingerprint: true" argument for the archiveArtifactsQ step.
  • E . No action is required; Declarative Pipelines automatically record a fingerprint for each artifact.

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Suggested Answer: D

   
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