Artifact dependencies

I can't seem to understand how is that artifact dependencies work. I
always get a 'Failed to resolve dependecy bt3' error.

I've tried using wildcards in the artifact path, the same path that's
specified in the dependent build configuration, but couldn't get it to
work.

Any way I can simply say that all the artifacts are needed? What does the
'Artifacts paths' field expect?

Regards,
Pablo

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by inducing fear in the subject. When a threat is used, it should
always be implied that the subject himself is to blame by using words
such as "You leave me no other choice but to..." He should never be
told to comply "or else!"
-- CIA 'Human Resources' Manual, for Latin America, , 1997

Pablo Montilla
www.odyssey.com.uy

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Hello,

Have you seen this document:
http://www.jetbrains.net/confluence/display/TCD/ConfigureArtifactsDependency ?

Artifact path is a path to an artifact as it shown by the server when you
browse artifacts of a build from which you want to be dependent. For
example, if some build on the server has artifact named: "common.jar" placed
under the path: "dist/lib" them artifact path in the UI should be:
"dist/lib/common.jar". To download more than one artifact at once you can
use regular expressions (not wildcards!), e.g.: "dist/lib/.*.jar"

Hope this helps.

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Pavel Sher

"Pablo Montilla" <melkor@odyssey.com.uy> wrote in message
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>I can't seem to understand how is that artifact dependencies work. I
>always get a 'Failed to resolve dependecy bt3' error.
>

I've tried using wildcards in the artifact path, the same path that's
specified in the dependent build configuration, but couldn't get it to
work.

>

Any way I can simply say that all the artifacts are needed? What does the
'Artifacts paths' field expect?

>

Regards,
Pablo

>

--

>

A threat is basically a means for establishing a bargaining position
by inducing fear in the subject. When a threat is used, it should
always be implied that the subject himself is to blame by using words
such as "You leave me no other choice but to..." He should never be
told to comply "or else!"
-- CIA 'Human Resources' Manual, for Latin America, , 1997

>

Pablo Montilla
www.odyssey.com.uy



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On Fri, 30 Mar 2007 04:53:02 -0300, Pavel Sher <pavel.sher@jetbrains.com>
wrote:

Hello,

>

Have you seen this document:
http://www.jetbrains.net/confluence/display/TCD/ConfigureArtifactsDependency
?


That page appears to be removed...I've seen the page that explains its use
in the site pointed at by the Help link in the bottom of the web ui.
>

if some build on the server has artifact named: "common.jar" placed
under the path: "dist/lib" them artifact path in the UI should be:
"dist/lib/common.jar".


I did exactly that! But still couldn't make it work.

The dependant build creates the artifacts correctly, and I can download
them, but the build that depends on it can't. I got a 'Failed to download
artifact "msi/LinePrinter.Setup/Release/LinePrinter.msi". File not found'
error.

Maybe I have a bad week or something...;)

Regards,
Pablo

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Pablo Montilla
www.odyssey.com.uy

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Hello Pablo,

Could you please submit a JIRA request with logs from the agent attached and
description of configured dependency?

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"Pablo Montilla" <melkor@odyssey.com.uy> wrote in message
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On Fri, 30 Mar 2007 04:53:02 -0300, Pavel Sher <pavel.sher@jetbrains.com>
wrote:

>
>> Hello,
>>
>> Have you seen this document:
>> http://www.jetbrains.net/confluence/display/TCD/ConfigureArtifactsDependency
>> ?
>

That page appears to be removed...I've seen the page that explains its use
in the site pointed at by the Help link in the bottom of the web ui.

>>
>> if some build on the server has artifact named: "common.jar" placed
>> under the path: "dist/lib" them artifact path in the UI should be:
>> "dist/lib/common.jar".
>

I did exactly that! But still couldn't make it work.

>

The dependant build creates the artifacts correctly, and I can download
them, but the build that depends on it can't. I got a 'Failed to download
artifact "msi/LinePrinter.Setup/Release/LinePrinter.msi". File not found'
error.

>

Maybe I have a bad week or something...;)

>

Regards,
Pablo

>

--

>

SQPWYC: Sit Quietly and Play With Your Crayons
-- New Opcode

>

Pablo Montilla
www.odyssey.com.uy



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On Sun, 01 Apr 2007 07:03:20 -0300, Pavel Sher <pavel.sher@jetbrains.com>
wrote:

Hello Pablo,

>

Could you please submit a JIRA request with logs from the agent attached
and
description of configured dependency?


Done: http://www.jetbrains.net/jira/browse/TW-2252

Regards,
Pablo

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LaForge: "I'll take a look and see if there're any rules I haven't broken."
-- "Deja Q", Stardate 43539.1

Pablo Montilla
www.odyssey.com.uy

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