I'm new to the Atlassian product family and I'm trying to deploy my Stash repos with Bamboo, but I can't quite figure out how to.
My desired workflow is below.
I've gotten everything working up to Step #4, but then I'm stuck.
Any ideas on how to achieve step #4? Am I approaching this deployment process wrong to begin with (I'm deploying a php website)?
I ended up utilizing a project called git-ftp (https://github.com/ezyang/git-ftp) to upload only the changed files. So after my deploy plan checks out the repo, I call the python script using the script task and the magic happens.
No artifacts were created, but I'm cool with that.
I hope this helps someone.
I was stuck on the same problem, my simple build job, grab the files from the repository, wasn't producing artifacts. I had the wrong location and ant pattern. For a simple PHP project where all of your files are in the root of the repo, in the artifacts screen, leave the location blank and use the pattern **/*.* which will grab all files in all directories.
My next problem is how to get FTP deployment working :-)
Brett, have you found any solution about scp task configuration?
I'm still stuck on it. I prepare a release artifact, with all my compiled files in it.
I configure SCP Task and, after the deploy, the logs report everything has gone OK.
But, inside the remote folder, I have a file "r" only (it is the last uploaded one, because it overwrites every file).
Thanks for your help.
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