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Value on Custom properties not incremented in the remote repository on the master branch

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Finally, I found the solution to this issue 🙂. the problem is that we can't modify the File in the remote Git Repository via an automated script launched by Jenkins.
So I created a file in the System File of the Machine where Jenkins is running in order to update the value of the variable ' increment'. and then I wrote the groovy programme that reads, increments by 1 the value and save it back to the file.
thanks for your collaboration.

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@Sanae thank you so much for sharing this!!


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