Avoid using no longer distributed plugins

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Sometimes the Jenkins project might take the decision to stop the distribution of a plugin or a specific version of a plugin. This can happen for various reasons: blocking issue in the plugin, unfixed security issue, technical issue with a specific release, deprecated by a newer plugin etc…​


In such case, the plugin in question should either:

  • be updated (if only a specific release distribution has been suspended)

  • be uninstalled if the whole plugin distribution has been suspended

If you somehow still need the plugin, please open a support ticket describing your use case (i.e., what goal this plugin helps you achieve).

If you are unsure if the plugin is used, you can follow How to determine if a plugin is in use.