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How do I have a file show up in the artifacts tab of a build job?

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The Bamboo build job is a Bash script.

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I tried that. Did not work. 

Will artifacts be saved on branches?

Trying with the option of "Clean up branch automatically" unchecked, to see if that is the issue.

Hi @Raul Alicea

  • Have you found any errors in the build logs?
    This is the page for the build logs:
    http(s)://<BAMBOO_URL>/browse/<BUILD-KEY>/log
  • In the build log you will be able to find the build working directory. It should be a line like:
    simple 07-Jan-2019 14:01:31 Build working directory is <YOUR_PATH>
    Please navigate to this directory and check if the files used to create the artifact are really there.
  • Please share here your artifact definition configuration. I'll need to check what is the copy pattern used.

Please try to answer in this same thread to avoid multiple separated answers.

I also forgot to answer your question.

Will artifacts be saved on branches?

Yes, every plan branch will have it's own artifacts.

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Hi @Raul Alicea,

You will need to create an artifact definition at Plan Configuration >> Job >> Artifacts >> Create artifact as described in Configuring a job's build artifacts - Atlassian Documentation.

The artifact definition will basically tell what will be the artifact name, where the files will be located and which ones should be copied.

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