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Make FTP pipeline error fail current step

I'm using pipe: atlassian/ftp-deploy:0.3.7 as a manual pipeline step and i'd like the step to report failure when the pipe fails.

In a previous step i have

artifacts:
- foo/bar_v*.exe

and then in the ftp deployment step i have

LOCAL_PATH: foo/bar_v*.exe

It seems that this glob pattern is not supported, as indicated by the message

mirror: Access failed: /opt/atlassian/pipelines/agent/build/foo/bar_v*.exe: No such file or directory

 

Any ideas how i could turn pipe failure into a step failure?

1 answer

@MennoVinkhi.


According to the pipe README:
LOCAL_PATH - Optional path to local directory to upload.

So it should be a path to directory:

LOCAL_PATH: foo

Cheers

Thanks for the answer, but this is not what i am asking. I have already solved that issue. What i am asking here is how to make the pipeline step fail when something in the pipe fails.

Pipeline will fail when the status of this command inside pipe != 0:

lftp -u $USER,$PASSWORD -e "set ftp:ssl-allow no; mirror ${ARGS_STRING} ${LFTP_DEBUG_ARGS} ${EXTRA_ARGS} -R ${LOCAL_PATH} ${REMOTE_PATH};quit" $SERVER

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