Having Trouble with getArtifact

I'm trying to use the Bamboo CLI (I've tried v2.6.0 and v3.2.0) to retrieve an artifact. We've used the getArtifact action before, but I just created a new build (by cloning a job from which we were able to get an artifact) job to use it with. In order to verify that I have the basics correct, I executed the following successfully:

bamboo --action getLatestBuildNumber --build <my-clients-name>-VADI --server https://<server>/builds--user <username> --password <password> -v

When I try to get the artifact with a command like this:

bamboo --action getArtifact --file VCARS-1.0.0.war --build <my-clients-name>-VADI --artifact VCARS-1.0.0.war --server https://<server>/builds--user <username> --password <password> -v

I consistently get this response:

URL requested: https://<server>/builds/rest/api/latest/result/<my-clients-name>-VADI/2?os_authType=basic&expand=artifacts
Request type: GET
Content type: application/xml
Using basic authentication.
Response code: 200, message: OK, url: https://<server>/builds/rest/api/latest/result/<my-clients-name>-VADI/2?os_authType=basic&expand=artifacts

Remote error: Could not find artifact 'VCARS-1.0.0.war'
org.swift.common.cli.AbstractRemoteClient$RemoteRestException: Could not find artifact 'VCARS-1.0.0.war'

I can see that the artifact exists as part of the latest build (and I've tried specifying the build number to no avail).


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It seem that the --job qualifier is required. When I added --job JOB1, it started working.

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