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Add at least one more task to the task list error in deployment project

My deployment project has been setup by following 2 tasks.

  1. Cleanup Working Directory
  2. Artifact Download

but when I saved & return, I am getting message in How you want to deploy section.

Here I want to copy the artifacts to some folder in server.



2 answers

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rsperafico Atlassian Team Jul 10, 2015


Thank you for your question.

In Step 2, the artifact is being downloaded from the build plan associated with the Deployment you want to run. However, Bamboo expects something to be done with those artifact (just/that will be) download. Since you want to copy them to a location in a particular server, you could be using a SCP task, for instance.

Please, refer to Using the SCP task in Bamboo documentation for further information.

Kind regards,
Rafael P. Sperafico
Atlassian Support


If you dont want to complicate your life and want to copy artifacts to UNC path with Artifact Download you can add a random task and save your deployment. It will be marked as valid, then go back and remove that random task. Your deployment will remain valid despite having just 2 tasks.

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