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Upload to articatory fails via Bamboo.

Hi Team,

I am getting "User not allowed to deploy the file at <artifactory location>" when trying to upload a document from local path to articatory via  Shell script task. But when manually trying to upload any file to the artifactory location I am able to so.


curl -v --user username:password --data-binary @./<file> -X PUT "https://<artifactoryurl>/<path>/".


Please advice reagrding what additional set up I need to do ?

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Hi @Jeyanthan I . basically requirement is to access a Windows shared drive and get the files from shared (NAS) drive to Artifactory via Bamboo(Bammboo sits in Linux server) . In order to perform the files movement from shared drive to Artifactory  I had used curl 

$ curl -v --user <shared folder username>:<shared folder username>  <shared folderpath\File to be moved >  -X PUT curl -u<artifactoryusername:<artifactorypassword> -T <Artifactory path where file to be copied>.


Will  Artifactory Generic Deployment task able to execute the task properly of retrieving and uploading ?

 Please advice ..

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Jeyanthan I Atlassian Team Mar 05, 2018

Hi Sangha,

This looks like a permission issue to me. I believe you are referring to the Artifactory plugin. If so, this page seems to explain how to manage permissions to upload artifact to artifactory repository. The respective logs should show the request and which user submitted it and it's response. Also, if your requirement is to deploy the artifact, how about using the Artifactory Generic Deploy Task instead of a curl?

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