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How to deploy artifacts from pipelines?

I want to deploy artifacts from pipelines build. I don't want the build to do the deploy for me, but I want it to give me just the artifacts and then I'll deploy them to aws, like I have now in bamboo. Is is possible?

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At the moment there is no way to access artifacts after the build is finished. A work around is to build and deploy within the pipelines step or to transfer your artifacts to a server to which you have access and then retrieve it from this server.

To use SFTP with pipelines please consult the guide here:

Alternatively to deploy to AWS from pipelines consult the guides here:



Elastic Beanstalk:

Thanks. Is it planned?

@Thomas Bradshaw, I created a war from pipeline, my build is successfully completed. But i cannot see War file any where.
Here are  ending logs..
Copying webapp resources [/opt/atlassian/pipelines/agent/build/EmailService/WebContent]
[INFO] Webapp assembled in [117 msecs]
[INFO] Building war: /opt/atlassian/pipelines/agent/build/EmailService/target/EmailService-1.0-SNAPSHOT.war
[INFO] ------------------------------------------------------------------------

Will you please help me that how i can get that WAR file ? 

That's my question too. After I run a gradle build the build is generated in a build/libs/ directory but that is not checked in to the repo. So when I try to upload the artifact it does not see it. 

Found a solution 

Run it from a bash script instead. The steps are just that... steps. So you need to run sets of executables together so they have a logical chaining order. 


#!/usr/bin/env bash

./gradlew clean build --stacktrace --no-daemon
python sample build/libs/sample.war build/libs/sample.war
- step:
    script: # Modify the commands below to build your repository.
      - chmod +x #needed to allow Pipelines to run shell scripts
      - ./

@isaac weathers you can also run maven script to get war file and then transfer that file to your FTP server. i.e 

you can get help from here:- 




@Thomas Bradshaw, is there any way that we can transfer our file (war file if build is successful) from pipeline to windows server instead of linux ? 

Hi @Kashif-Ur-Rehman,

I can see you asked a similar question on Steven's response to that question seems to answer the question nicely. From a pipelines perspective deploying to a windows or linux SFTP server should be exactly the same.



Yes, I saw his reply, and going through his instructions.


@Thomas Bradshaw, what should i do for transferring artifacts (war/ear file) to windows base server from pipeline cloud ?
right now I have installed "SFTP/SSH Server on Windows using OpenSSH"
here is URL :-

but i am not sure how can i send artifacts from cloud to windows server ? 

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