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IMPORTANT: The Team City TeamCity plugin will reach its End Of Life starting November 1, 2021.
After this date, WhiteSource will no longer provide standard support, including updates and fixes, for the deprecated plugin. Extended Support, which is limited to configuration and Support troubleshooting, will continue until May 1, 2022. Following this date, the NuGet TeamCity plugin will no longer be supported by WhiteSource. Please make sure to migrate to the Unified Agent before the end of standard support on November 1, 2021 to maintain full support of your product.
Organization Token: A unique identifier of the organization. You can retrieve it in the Admin Integration API page.
User Key: Unique user key. See User Level Access Control in Integrations and APIs for more information.
Policy Check: Checks that the introduced open source libraries conform with organization policies.
Check only new libraries: Check that the newly introduced open source libraries conform with organization policies.
Force check all libraries: Check that all introduced open source libraries conform with organization policies.
Disable: Disable policies check when updating WhiteSource.
Force Update: Updates organization inventory regardless of policy violations.
Fail on Error: Indicates whether or not to fail the build on a general error (e.g. network error).
Service URL: URL of the environment on which the WhiteSource organization is hosted. The default is “https://saas.whitesourcesoftware.com”; therefore organizations hosted on that can leave this field blank.
Connection Timeout (optional): Connection timeout value in minutes. If the field is left blank, the value is 60 minutes.
Proxy Server (optional): If TeamCity is behind a firewall then you should select the checkbox. As displayed in the following screenshot, once the checkbox is selected, newly displayed fields can be filled in, in order to allow communication with the WhiteSource servers.
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