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Generate artifact (jar) and deploy it to FTP Server

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Hello all! Is there a way to build and move artifacts (Java, Spring Boot Application) to a FTP server. I use Maven for the builds and gerante my jar via "clean package -Pproduction".

I found out that via SFTP it is maybe possible to reach this goal. Something like this:

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/67519816/sftp-deployment-using-bitbucket-pipeline-yml-of-react-build

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@Thomas Kiesl  hi. Thanks for your question. Good example of using sftp-deploy but you need specify which files you want to upload:

- pipe: atlassian/ftp-deploy:0.3.6
  variables:
    USER: $USER
    SERVER: $SERVER
    PASSWORD: $PASSWORD
    REMOTE_PATH: $REMOTE_PATH
LOCAL_PATH: build

Maybe this will be useful too: maven build template

Regards, Igor

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