Pipeline curl command failed but no errors are reported in the log - why not?

I'm trying to set up a pipeline that ends with a curl command to copy artifacts to the repository's download section.

The pipeline logs indicate there were no problems, but the files did not actually get copied to the download section.

Why is this, and how can I figure out what the problem is with the curl command?

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Hi Ann! Do you still need help with this, or was it solved once you figured this out?

Let us know, as we might need to open a support ticket for you to troubleshoot this case further.

Best regards :)



I did, thank you. We're good.



Glad to hear that :)
Have a good day!

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