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We want to chain together several projects in bamboo.
This is already possible by downloading artifacts from a different repository as so:
- destination: external_folder
- name: artifact1
- name: artifact2
however, this method always downloads the artifact from the latest build from that repository! To improve stability of our software we want to specify a specific version of an artifact in our yaml. So far we tried to use git tags to create artifacts in repository A which include the git commit-number in their name, but when we want to download that specific file with that specific version name from a different project this always fails!
how do we fix this?
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Bamboo YAML specs do not provide a specific feature for that, but you could use the strategy provided in this article which involves a Curl request to Bamboo:
In your case that would be a script task with that curl call. The down-side of it is that you will need to use your credentials. You could set them in the password variables to remove them from the YAML file.
I hope that helps!