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SBT Assembly Artifact

Hi , I'm trying to create Deployment project for my bamboo plan. As a part of it , im trying to create Artifact.

For SBT Assemblty everytime jar file will be created in

.../target/scala<version>/<Assembly.jar>

So now when i'm defining artifact what is the copy pattern i should give so that only jar file will be available for next Task( for eg: SCP Task)

for eg:

If i define

Location  --> folder/<<sbtproject>>/target

copy pattern --> **/scala*/Assembly*.jar

 

Then after next scp task , i can see Assembly jar with scala folder in target director

for eg:

scala-2.12/Assembly_0.21.jar

 

How can i over come this ? so that i can only copy jar files to respective envionments.

 

Kailash

 

 

 

 

 

2 answers

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Instead of **/scala*/Assembly*.jar 

scala*/Assembly*.jar

So now only Assembly jar is considered.

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Hello @Kailash, welcome to the Atlassian Community :)

May I ask some clarifying questions before I can try to help you?

I want to understand better which part or behaviour of artifact copying in Bamboo you specifically want to overcome, maybe, can you rephrase your question?

Also, you mentioned that you have the SBT Assembly jar being created, is that being created from a build plan or an environment task?

 

Victor

Hi @Victor Debone  , Thanks for reply.

The part where i was facing difficult was while defining the  "copy Pattern"  for Deployment Project.

So when i trigger the deployment project, the scp task was coping the assembly jar with folders  as welll.

for eg: scala-2.12/Assembly_0.21.jar

 

I resolved this issue by adjusting the copy pattern.

Like Victor Debone likes this

You're welcome @Kailash, I'm glad that you found a working solution :)

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