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Nexus deploy of cloud manager artifacts

Shashi_Mulugu
Community Advisor
Community Advisor

Hello Team,

 

I wanted to push cloud manager artifacts such as "all" package and all "ui.apps" sub packages and "core" bundles to a nexus artifacts repository post deployment to an ams/cloud instances. Any help is much appreciated.

1 Accepted Solution
asutosh_jena
Correct answer by
Community Advisor
Community Advisor

Hi @Shashi_Mulugu 

 

As we can see cloud manager does not allow us to customize the deployment pipeline, so we will not be able to upload the package to nexus post deployment from the pipeline job.

 

As an workaround, we can try something below:

  1. We can keep a listener which will try to check for the package upload (with some pattern name) event and download those package into the file system.
  2. Once we have the files available with us (it's same as what was deployed to AEM), the same can be uploaded to Nexus using CURL or some custom coding.

It's just a thought and I never tried this 🙂

 

Thanks!

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2 Replies
Singaiah_Chintalapudi
Community Advisor
Community Advisor

I don't think it does that. Mostly, we have very little/no control over the CM integrations.

 

Thanks,

Singaiah

asutosh_jena
Correct answer by
Community Advisor
Community Advisor

Hi @Shashi_Mulugu 

 

As we can see cloud manager does not allow us to customize the deployment pipeline, so we will not be able to upload the package to nexus post deployment from the pipeline job.

 

As an workaround, we can try something below:

  1. We can keep a listener which will try to check for the package upload (with some pattern name) event and download those package into the file system.
  2. Once we have the files available with us (it's same as what was deployed to AEM), the same can be uploaded to Nexus using CURL or some custom coding.

It's just a thought and I never tried this 🙂

 

Thanks!

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