We can deploy product file from one environment to other environment using Jenkins, the product file including all required files. I don't understand your use case, could you please let us know what do mean multiple files ?
thanks for your response, I am working on deploying multiple jar files instead of one jar file. Hence we need to work on solution where multiple jar files can be deployed instead of only one jar file with one build.
@SUNIL - i think you can create multiple jenkins jobs to deploy multiple Product files and try to run at a time, will this suite your requirement? Because as per my knowledge we can deploy one product file content with a single Jenkins job.
What do you mean by Jar file deployment, what kind of jar you are talking about. Using prpcServiceUtils you can perform the export/import of the Product/Application rules from one environment to another environment. Could you give more explanation about what kind of task are you trying to perform using jenkins?
To understand the automation deployment of jar file using prpcServiceUtils and Jenkins have a look into this blog. By using this implementation you can import/export a single jar file using single jenkins job. To deploy multiple jars automatically then you need to create multiple jobs and schedule them periodically using jenkins as explained in the blog.
In our environments, we are creating multiple product files to export rules from lower environment, it could vary as different ruleset versions and rules will be exported in the different product files. Once rules are extracted, we want to import those jar/zip files to higher environment. Hence I want to set-up one build which will import those multiple jar/zip files using prpcutils.