How to push the spring boot application into pcf using Jenkins with manifest.yml file

Configuration the same as the previous post(How to push application into PCF using the Jenkins) but in post-build actions, you need to tick mark on the Read configuration from a manifest file ( you need to add the manifest file in your project root directory.

Here is the  sample manifest.yml file

Manifest-file

Manifest-configuration
After click on the save button. Then click on build now. The build process is done step by step to push the application into the cloud foundry.
deployed-into-cloufoundry
Then go to the pivotal portal and access the application using the route option.
Output

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