I've been following this article regarding using Artifacts in the Pipelines, however I stuck and I have no idea WHERE these artifacts are and how can I access them.
To be more specific about my problem, please take a look on my `bitbucket-pipelines.yml` to understand my issue:
name: API Build
- mkdir -p dist/
- cd api-core/AzureApi/
- dotnet restore
- dotnet publish -c prod
- mv bin/prod/netcoreapp2.0/publish/ $BITBUCKET_CLONE_DIR/dist/api/
name: Frontend Build
- cd app/
- yarn --non-interactive
- npm run build
- mv dist/ $BITBUCKET_CLONE_DIR/dist/app/
- ls -lah dist/ # Buuu! Not exists
- ls -lah $BITBUCKET_CLONE_DIR/dist/ # Buuu! Not exists
Problem is that the `dist/` folder is not available (or I just can't find it)
And yes - my build steps are working fine and they are in fact copying built artifacts to the specified path, but after step is completed it's no longer there...
Please, can you direct me with some example?
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