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YAML - All artifacts are downloaded yet only 2 were specified?

I have a multi stage YAML spec. 4 artifacts are defind in job 1 of stage 1 - Compile (Debug).

In stage 2 job one I want to pull down 2 of the 4 artifacts, sln and backend.

This YAML parses fine and the plan is created.

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You can see the artifact download task correctly defining the 2 artifacts I specifiedimage.png

 

 

However, all artifacts are registered to be downloaded at the job level. Both frontend and source are incorrectly defined here.

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At run time, you can see bamboo processing both the job artifacts and the task.

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How do you stop a job from registering the artifacts if using the artifact-download task?

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Sorry, I have no answer, but have you resolved this?

Any response from Atlassian would be appreciated, because we see the same on Bamboo 6.10.4!

We did not find a solution. Unfortunately we halted our configuration as code project. To date we can only use yaml for very basic plans.

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