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Key: QB-3378
Type: Improvement Improvement
Status: Resolved Resolved
Resolution: Fixed
Priority: Major Major
Assignee: Unassigned
Reporter: Robin Shen
Votes: 0
Watchers: 0

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Able to use dependency build information to script QuicBuild repository dest path

Created: 19/Apr/19 11:09 PM   Updated: 04/May/19 12:15 AM
Component/s: None
Affects Version/s: 9.0.8
Fix Version/s: 9.0.9

Original Estimate: Unknown Remaining Estimate: Unknown Time Spent: Unknown

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I'm attempting to use the Quickbuild repository to retrieve dependent build artifacts to create an overall release package with all artifacts. Essentially I have an application that is made up of 13 different components. They want to be able to build the components separately so they can patch easily if needed; but from most runs, all components would be built if changes are found. The issue I'm running into is the following. I have ComponentA & ComponentB; Component A artifacts generated are under a folder "bin" the same is true for ComponentB. So when I run my configuration that gets ComponentA & Component B's artifacts, it pulls both to a folder "bin" I need these to be separate though, like ComponentA/bin & ComponentB/bin. That way on deploy I can tell whose artifacts need to deploy to where. Is there a way to use DestinationPath for this? Something like this.getConfigurationID() or this.getConfigurationName()? I know those don't exist, but I'm hoping there is some other way. I'm assuming you loop through the files to retrieve when there are multiple configurations listed, but I'm not seeing a way to specify in the destination the configuration ID or name of the configuration that artifacts are currently being retrieve from

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Scott Chapman [01/May/19 01:23 PM]
I've upgraded to 9.09 to get this enhancement; however, I'm not seeing in the script help section or information section what object.value I'm to use. Please advise.

Scott Chapman [01/May/19 01:26 PM]
Never mind. I found it. current.getDependency()