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Pipelines - is it possible to download additional file to my project? Edited

We have a separate build for the frontend and backend of the application, where we need to pull the dist build of frontend to backend project during the build. During the build the 'curl' cannot write to the desired location.

In detail, we are using SpringBoot as backend for serving Angular 2 frontend. So we need to pull the frontend files to src/main/resources/static folder.

Config file for pipeline:

image: maven:3.3.9
pipelines:
  default:
    - step:
        script: 
          - curl -s -L -v --user xxx:XXXX https://api.bitbucket.org/2.0/repositories/apprentit/rent-it/downloads/release_latest.tar.gz -o src/main/resources/static/release_latest.tar.gz
          - tar -xf -C src/main/resources/static --directory src/main/resources/static release_latest.tar.gz
          - mvn package -X

As a result of this the build fails with output of CURL

* Failed writing body (0 != 16360) 

 

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