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Team city publishes its artifacts to a dynamically changing URL-- the version and build number keeps incrementing.

How can I automate the download of such a file?

Does team city even have a feature that I'm not aware of for automatically moving artifacts from the build server's artifact repository to the staging/test server?

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up vote 5 down vote accepted

In case anyone else stumbles on this, Team City has a Deployer plugin which supports moving artifacts to a Samba share, FTP server or SSH server:

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What I usually do is bake the publishing / copying /deployment (ie- downloading) of things directly into the build script that TeamCity uses instead of setting things up as artifacts.

Alternatively, you could set up a new build config that would automatically start after your first build is done. It would take your project's artifacts as dependencies and publish them.

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