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How can I download artifact from specific build using wget if the artifact is shared

I am using wget command on my server  to download artifact which is shared. Every time I am geting 302 response when I try to download . Could you please suggest me how can I download artifact from bamboo url using wget.

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Jeyanthan I Atlassian Team Apr 06, 2020

Hi Prem,

I was able to download a sample artifact successfully using the below sample command:

wget --quiet --auth-no-challenge --user USERNAME --password PASSWORD http://BambooURL/browse/PROJ-PLAN-BUILDNR/artifact/someartifact.tar.gz --no-check-certificate

You may also use a REST endpoint to download the same:

curl --user username:password http://BASE_URL/browse/{PLAN-KEY}-{BUILD_NUMBER}/artifact/shared/{ARTIFACT_NAME}

How have you constructed your wget command? Please share your output here.

Cheers,
Jey

Hi @Jey 

Now i can download artifact using wget command. Thank you for your support :) . But our bamboo url is like http://BambooURL/browse/{plan-key}-{Application-name}{random number}-{BUILD_NUMBER}/artifact/someartifact.tar.gz

Could you please explain how i can make dynamic URL using bamboo variables. so that i will pass this URL to our scripts to download new artifact.

Note: For every build PLAN-KEY was dynamically changed.

That's great to know! Thanks for updating us that it works. Do you mind hitting 'Accept Answer' next to my post?

That said, your Bamboo variables are substituted only within Bamboo. You may not run the same command from a command prompt.

If you are running inside Bamboo, you can find the respective default build specific variable from this page - Bamboo Build-specific variables accordingly via a Script task.

Cheers,
Jey

Hi @Jay 

Thank you for clarifying my question. I want to download artifact using access token instead of providing credentials . I add in authorization header . But artifact is not downloaded .  Even i am not getting any error while executing the command could you please help me regarding this.

Thanks,

Prem

Jeyanthan I Atlassian Team May 05, 2020

Hey Prem,

How does the command look like?

Cheers,
Jey

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