View Azure Artifact Manager on the plugin site for more information.
- At least one Azure storage account must be configured in the global configuration before the plugin can be used in build steps. To add a storage account, go to Manage Jenkins | Configure System | Microsoft Azure Storage Account Configuration and fill out the needed information.
- In Manage Jenkins | Configure System | Artifact Management for Builds, choose Azure Storage as the cloud provider. Choose the storage Credentials created in step one, and choose your container name and prefix.
To use Azure Artifact Manager, you can use the artifact step to archive/unarchive, and the stash/unstash step as you usually do.
Azure Artifact Manager plugin can be used in a pipeline job. You can use `archiveArtifacts` step to archive artifacts into Azure Blob Storage.
To unarchive artifacts, you can use the `unarchive` step which will retrieve the artifacts from Azure Blob Storage.
To save a set of files so that you can use them later in the same build(generally on another node or workspace), you can use `stash` step to store files into Azure Blob Storage for later use.
You can use `unstash` step to retrieve the files saved with `stash` step from Azure Blob Storage to the local workspace.
For FreeStyle jobs, you can archive artifacts by adding a `Post-build Actions` of type `Archive the artifacts`, and this will use the Azure Artifact Manager plugin to store the artifacts into Azure Blob Storage.
version 0.1.4 2019-09-30
- Bump Windows azure storage plugin 1.1.1
version 0.1.3 2019-06-21
- Check for container name and prefix
- Fix encoded URL issue
- Make compatible with existing builds created before version 0.1.2
version 0.1.2 2019-04-22
- Support environment variables for container name
version 0.1.1 2019-03-19
- Change configuration displaying names
version 0.1.0 2019-02-19
- Initial release