Can we specify the directory name of the cloned directory for pipeline builds?


I'm new to BB pipelines and gradle and want to automate a gradle build.  I was able to create a pipeline which successfully builds my project.

Now I want to upload the built artifacts to BB dowloads -- I followed the docs and it seems to work in principle -- but :)

The artifact on my dev machine is called like the project directory, now in the pipeline the directory is always "build" as it seems.  So the artifact is called "" -- not what I expect.

Now the questions:

- Is it possible to specify the directory name where the pipeline clones my repo? -OR-

- How do I specify project name in gradle?  I already pass properties to have it access my private nexus repo using env vars -- but it seems that is not settable that way.

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