Deploy to Artifactory

Problem:

Bamboo deploy task does not work.

 

My current config:

  1. Bamboo-Server:
    1. Reverse proxy via IIS
  2. Artifactory-Server:
    1. Reverse proxy via IIS; rewrite URL:  http://localhost:8081/{R:1}
    2. Artifactory custom base URL: https://artifactory.mycompany.com/artifactory

 

Analysis:

  1. Artifactory is reachable -> RevProxy works
  2. Bamboo-Plugin configured with https://artifactory.myconpany.com/artifactory -> Deploy task configurable
  3. Bamboo deploy task ends up in an error (“The resource you are looking for might have been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable.”)
  4. curl -uadmin:password -k -T c:/t.txt "https://artifactory.mycompany.com/artifactory/example-repo-local/t.txt"
    1. is working, but I have to disable SSH via –k
    2. otherwise "curl: (60) SSL certificate problem: unable to get local issuer certificate" occurs

 

Please help me solve this problem. Might it be a SSL issue?

Jfrog says:

"The SSL Certificate needs to be added to the cURL client. You should be able to find the certificate as it was installed in the IIS in order to configure SSL connection to Artifactory."

-> How do I do that exactly?

Thanks for your help.

1 answer

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Hi Rainer,

  • If you take a look in the Bamboo logs what error(s) do you see when you reproduce the issue?

There appears to be a known issue that you can find at Artifactory Generic Deploy task is failing when Bamboo is running an SSL proxy.

Please review the ticket and the comment let us know if that helps.

Cheers,

Branden

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