Over time I've modified and edited our build projects and now currently have a single build project and a single deploy project. In my dropdown for artifacts in the deploy projects, I have an old entry from older projects. It's confusing because the two are named the same but are clearly not the same. How can I get rid of this? I can't find any single place where all shared artifacts are stored so I can purge and now I'm left with a ghost artifact from some project that doesn't seem to exist.
Note: I'm an admit and can see all the build plans in the environment. This shared artifact is from nothing as far as I can tell.. How do I get rid of it?
Thank you for your question.
I would kindly ask you to run your deploy using the "ghost" artifact and please attach the deployment log generated to this inquired. In there, we can have more information about the artifact and from where this artifact is being requested.
Rafael P. Sperafico
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