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Bitbucket Pipeline Echo the cloned folder structure Edited

Hi Team,

One of my builds is failing by saying that package.json file is missing and it is hard to believe that the file is not there. So I want to see what exactly the folder structure of the checked-out project in the bitbucket server.

Is there any way I can ls and see the folder structure of the remote machine?

For the same project, the Jenkins pipeline is working absolutely fine.

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Hi @suganthan_friartuck_net ,

you can use ssh-run pipe to run a command or a script on your remote server.

Cheers,
Alex

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