In the first part of this series I covered installing several PHP tools for continuous integration testing (PHPUnit, Mess Detecter, Copy Paste Detecter, Code Sniffer, Code Coverage, Documenter 2, Lines of Code, and Simple Test) and installing Jenkins. You can find the first part here In this part I will cover installing the needed plugins to use the installed PHP tools and to authenticate to active directory, and to use HTTPS (SSL) instead of the standard HTTP connection.
If the Jenkins server is currently running (if you just finished up part 1, it probably is) stop the server by running the following command
Setup the LDAP / AD Certificate
If you care planning to connect to an LDAP server or Active Directory and use LDAPS when doing so, you will need to let Jenkins know about the certificate the server has. To do so following the following steps:
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