I think it should work and I don't know why it isn't.
It is unusual for someone to load a shared library dynamically using the
library step instead of using the
@library annotation. Since you are specifying a
retriever, why don't you pass the tag to it?
You can find out all the options for
GitSCM by going to the snippet generator and trying the
This is what I came up with:
library changelog: false, identifier: 'jenkins-shared-library', retriever: legacySCM([$class: 'GitSCM', branches: [[name: '41']], extensions: , userRemoteConfigs: [[credentialsId: 'account', url: 'https://website.com.repo.git']]])
but I personally like to structure my code a bit more
final Object lib = library(
I hope that specifying the tag via the GitSCM works for you.
I think you should drop by https://community.jenkins.io/ and post about what you are trying to do in your pipeline. When you load a library dynamically because you lose one of the main benefits which is that shared libraries arent subjected to script security, at least when they are loaded via the