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1) step to create ear file in unix machine.2) How to publish that ear in to artifactory

1) step to create ear file in unix machine.2) How to publish that ear in to artifactory

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Depends on your project. If you use Maven, there is a Maven task in Bamboo. Same case with Ant. Or, at least, you can use the script task to create the EAR.

Publishing to artifactory also can be done using Maven. Or you can use the Bamboo artifactory plugin.

Thanks for your reply and quick response.


See i am using build.xml - ant script only..

Can u provide me some steps, since windows machine successfully i am able to generate ear file and published.

But for unix machine i need to generate ear file. So for unix machine prespective how and step to create ear and copy into unix machine

can u share me any screen shot or steps need to follow for


1) Create a ear file in AIX machine using ant script.

2) how to publish ear in to artifactory.

3) how to deploy published artifactory in to some web server


Waiting for your kind response

Sorry, I do not have the set up to show you with the help of screenshots. It is just an idea for you to try out :)

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