Bamboo SCP Task and subdirectories

We're running Bamboo 5.6.2.

Using the SCP Task

local path solr/conf/*

remote path /usr/local/solr/conf

When the local path only contains files, such as schema.xml, solr.xml, then those files are copied into the remote path.

For example



But if the local path also contains a subdirectory, such as velocity/config.xml, then then entire local path is copied to the remote path

For example




Not what I expected or want.

Is there any way to not include the local path when copying to the remote path?

5 answers

Are you copying artifacts from a particular build or files that are located in a specific directory in your build server?

The job consists of two tasks, Source Code Checkout (git) and SCP. SCP is copying files from the Source Code Checkout task, so the files come from the build. Strictly speaking, I thought artifacts came from other stages, so maybe they aren't artifacts.

I have the same problem and I can't find any solution. How did you manage that? Thanks

I have the same problem with copying files from an artifact:

I just moved to using command and if the copy task is to complex I write a bash script for it ;)

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