Deployment setup for confluence from teamcity, getting unable to execute mojo error


I am trying to set up deployment from Teamcity 8.0.5 for Confluence 5.3.4 using the command

atlas-install-plugin --server hostname --context-path / -p 80 --plugin-key "com.example.plugin.key" --username username --password password

The user has admin permissions for confluence. It gives me "Unable to execute mojo" error. The build for the plugin is successful and I get the jar. Attached are the screenshots showing the errors I get on confluence and teamcity.

This is the error I get on teamcity:

This is the error I get in confluence:

6 answers

Can your run atlas-install-plugin with a debug extension? It's the same as in plain maven. Then you should see all options the build is using and more detailed errors.

Yes, the second image shows the trace that i got by adding the -e flag to the command. Thanks.

I tried the --debug flag, it is giving me a very long list of dependencies and jars it gets. What exactly should I look for in it?

there sould be a list of all options you are using to connect to confluence

This are the three pieces I could figure out:

The values from password to username are correct?

Yes, I double checked all values.

Hey, This is really critical for me now. Could anyone suggest a workaround for this?

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