Configure Ivy-Ant Builds for the Jenkins Artifactory Plugin

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Artifactory Server

Artifactory server as defined in the Artifactory plugin configuration. The selected server will be used for artifacts resolution and build info deployment.

Target releases repository

Repository to deploy release artifacts to.

Using the text mode will enable you to also use placeholders for environment variable which will be replaced with your environment value at build time.

Override default credentials

Override default credentials.

Override build name

Override Artifactory default build name.

Publish artifacts to Artifactory

Check if you wish to publish produced build artifacts to Artifactory.

Use Maven compatible patterns

Whether to use the default Maven patterns when publishing artifacts and Ivy descriptors, or to use custom patterns. Dots in [organization] will be converted to slashes on path transformation.

Ivy pattern

The pattern to use for published Ivy descriptors.

Artifact pattern

The pattern to use for published artifacts.

Filter excluded artifacts from build Info

Add the excluded files to the excludedArtifacts list and remove them from the artifacts list in the build info.

Deployment properties

Semicolon-separated list of properties to attach to all deployed artifacts in addition to the default ones (, build.number, vcs.revision, etc.).

Property values can take environment variables.

For example:${P4_CHANGELIST};buildStatus=RC;platforms=win386,win64,osx,debian

Capture and publish build info

Publish build information to Artifactory.

Include environment variables

Check if you wish to include all environment variables accessible by the builds process. Jenkins-specific EnvVars are always included. Note: including all environment variables as part of the captured build information may result in very large build objects and may slow down deployment.

Discard old builds from Artifactory (requires Artifactory Pro)

Automatically remove old builds stored in Artifactory according to Jenkins’s configured policy for discarding old builds.