I have already open a ticket before, but it has been moved to uncategorized. I have done probably something wrong, I don’t know, but I renew my question.
My scenario is:
Jenkins build server:
Octo pack used to create the zip file.
Octo push to push the zip file using the API-key to the Octopus server.
Octo create-release to create a new release and to attach the zip file to the new release.
Octopus server (v2018.2.6) :
No feed configured, the files are pushed via Octo create-release and they are in the default folder \Packages…
If I create the deploy step in the project process in order to take the zip and decompress it on my targets, what package name should I set?
The package name could change every time Jenkins build a different branch, for instance.
Is there any variable like Octopus.release.packagename?
Is there a way to programmatically instruct Octopus to use the right package file?
Thank you for your time,
I hope this won’t be moved again.