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In a pipeline how should  I access a private, firewalled Artifact Repository Manager.

Disclaimer: I'm a beginner at this sort of configuring and working with Bitbucket-pipelines, so I believe I have jumped into the deep end here.


I need dependencies from a private, firewalled artifact repository manager(Jfrog).

Therefore I am trying to figure out how I could establish TLS connection directly to the Artifactory from the pipeline. Another option is to go through a Load balancer which already has a secure connection, and forward the request.

So in both cases, how would I go about doing that, and which way do you recommend?


Excerpt from the pipelines script



     - step: 


     - pipe: JfrogDev/artifactory-maven:0.3.3





             MAVEN_SNAPSHOT_REPO: 'libs-snapshot'

             MAVEN_RELEASE_REPO: 'libs-release'


Regards. I'm thankful for any input.

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