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How do I deploy a Jar artifact to Bitbucket Staging deployment

I have a pipeline runner that builds Java app and generates a Jar file.

I want to deploy it to common place so that testers and developers can download it.

I was looking at Yaml deployment step. I don't see anything like JFrog Artifactory to deploy to.

That makes me wonder if I am understanding the deployments in BitBucket right.


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Thanks Theodora!

I figured that I can add "artifacts:" to my yml then I would see "Artifacts" tab with tar zip of the files that I want to publish.


I figured a way to upload files using JFrong jf cli command too.

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Hi @Video Guy,

Jfrog has developed the following pipe which I believe can be used to upload artifacts to JFrog Artifactory:

The ReadMe file in that repo includes some examples of how to set it up and use it in your bitbucket-pipelines.yml file.

If you have any questions or issues with the configuration, I would suggest reaching out to JFrog support team, as this pipe is developed by them and not by Atlassian.

Kind regards,

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