How to copy artifact to another folder?

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I need to copy an .ear file generated in my build to a different folder in my server. The target folder's name should be equals to my project version's name.

For example: My project generates a my_project.ear. I'm building version 1.0 of my project. So I would like to have the my_project.ear file to be copied to /data/version/1.0/my_project.ear

I have tried using the script task, with no use. Can anyone help me?

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Script task should work. Do you see any error when you use that?

I am using a script similar to this one:

mkdir /data/version/${project.version}

and a folder called ${project.version} is created.

if I use one of Bamboo's properties ${bamboo.buildNumber} for instance, then the created folder has its name resolved to the property value (/data/version/29, for instance)

In this doc page there are many examples on using variables but I couldn't find an example which uses project version....

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