I m building jar through maven and converting it to docker image. How can i fetch my jar to pass to docker file. In log, it is stating that it is available in .m2. How to pass to next step:
Installing /opt/atlassian/pipelines/agent/build/target/gs-spring-boot-docker-0.1.0.jar to /root/.m2/repository/org/springtest/gs-spring-boot-docker/0.1.0/gs-spring-boot-docker-0.1.0.jar
[INFO] Installing ./pom.xml to /root/.m2/repository/org/springtest/gs-spring-boot-docker/0.1.0/gs-spring-boot-docker-0.1.0.pom
There are different ways. Your jar files will be in the target folder relative to the working directory. You can just fetch from there. Or you can it defined as a shared artifact and download it in another stage or a different build. It depends on how the build is designed and where the Dockerfile reside.
Thank you Jobin. Can you please let me know how to make it as shared artifact and use it for another stage of build.
My source is in below link:
I m trying to pass gs-spring-boot-docker-0.1.0.jar which was build by maven to my Dockerfile to create image. But i was not able to pass jar file.
@Jobin Kuruvilla [Go2Group] @ArchanaI am facing similar issue and I am using bamboo build pipeline. Is there any way we can use shared artifacts in the next stages if the version name changes after every maven build / release? I need to get the exact spring boot jar name (including version) to use it in the deployment project.
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