Maven artifact finalName

I want to create build and deploy configuration which consists of following steps:

  1. Build artifact with maven.
  2. Upload artifact using scp.
  3. Unpack artifact to specyfic directory.
  4. Execute script.

The problem is - i don't know the exact artifact filename and it will change over time. I would prefere to avoid using wildcards here.

I haven't found and recomendations on the internet how to do it:

  • (not working) Force finalName to be specyfic via maven opts, like

    and later assuming that my artifact name is "artifact-name-${bamboo.buildNumber}"

  • Try to find out the finalName generated by maven from pom, like with

    mvn help:evaluate | grep -v \\[

    I could execute this comman, write result to a file, share it and get finalName from file on server.

And best practices in here?

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I found out that first solution doesn't work. I don't want to hack my pom for bamboo to inject some bamboo properties...

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