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Working with Artifacts

Access build artifacts

If published, build artifacts will be available for download from build overview page as below:

Build artifacts can also be accessed from dashboard by hovering mouse over the more link of a build.

Permanent links to single artifact file

Permanent links to a single artifact file are constructed in the form of:

http://<host>:<port>/download/<build id>/artifacts/<relative path to artifact file>

Take the above screenshot for example, assume the host and port to be build_server:8810, the permanent link to file productA-1.0.3.jar will be:

http://build_server:8810/download/42/artifacts/distribute/productA-1.0.3.jar

The <build id> can also be written as below:

Build Id Description
<configuration id>.latest refer to latest build of specified configuration
<configuration id>.latest_successful refer to latest successful build of specified configuration
<configuration id>.latest_finished refers to latest finished build of specified configuration
<configuration id>.latest_failed refers to latest failed build of specified configuration
<configuration id>.latest_recommended refers to latest recommended build of specified configuration

Below are some example permanent links using this form of build id:

Permanent Links Description
http://build_server:8810/download/2.latest/artifacts/distribute/productA.jar This url refers to artifact distribute/productA.jar in latest build of configuration 2 (identifier).
http://build_server:8810/download/5.latest_successful/artifacts/distribute/productA.jar This url refers to artifact distribute/productA.jar in latest successful build of configuration 5 (identifier).

Permanent links to a set of artifact files

Permanent links to a set of artifact files are constructed in the form of:

http://<host>:<port>/batch_download?build_id=<build id>&src_path=<relative path to src directory>&file_patterns=<file patterns>

Here <file patterns> refers to Ant file pattern

Take the above screenshot for example, assume the host and port to be build_server:8810, the permanent link to all .txt files will be:

http://build_server:8810/batch_download?build_id=42&src_path=artifacts&file_patterns=*.txt

Just as permanent link to single artifact file, the <build id> can also be written as below:

Build Id Description
<configuration id>.latest refer to latest build of specified configuration
<configuration id>.latest_successful refer to latest successful build of specified configuration
<configuration id>.latest_finished refers to latest finished build of specified configuration
<configuration id>.latest_failed refers to latest failed build of specified configuration
<configuration id>.latest_recommended refers to latest recommended build of specified configuration

Below are some example permanent links using this form of build id:

Permanent Links Description
http://build_server:8810/batch_download?build_id=5.latest&src_path=artifacts&file_patterns=**/*.jar This url refers to all jar files recursively under artifacts directory in latest build of configuration 5 (identifier).
http://build_server:8810/batch_download?build_id=5.latest_successful&src_path=artifacts/libs&file_patterns=*.dll This url refers to all dll files under artifacts/libs directory in latest successful build of configuration 5 (identifier).

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