If you select a build of your app, in the
APPS & Artifacts tab of your build’s page you can check out the artifacts (for example, files & reports) which have been generated during the build. All files are destroyed at the end of the build so if you want to view or download any files, insert
Deploy to bitrise.io step to your workflow so that it can help you access the artifacts.
Deploy files into artifacts ⚓
Artifacts are deployed into the
APPS & Artifacts section in your build’s page with the help of the
Deploy to Bitrise.io step. It deploys all the files which have been generated during the build and stores them in the
$BITRISE_DEPLOY_DIR directory. You can change the target directory path in the
Deploy directory or file path field under the
Config section of the step.
- Insert the
Deploy to Bitrise.iostep AFTER the step/s that generate the artifacts or even better if the
Deploy to Bitrise.iostep is at the very end of your workflow. For more information, check out our Attach any file as an Artifact to the Build article.
Note that the content of any sub-directories found in the deploy directory will not be displayed in the
APPS and Artifacts section of your build. You can, however, compress your artifacts into a zip file if you modify the default
false value to
true in the
Compress the artifacts into one file field in the
Deploy to Bitrise.io step. This will compress the whole directory along with its sub-directories and deploy to
APPS & Artifacts.
Modify target directory path ⚓
You can modify the target directory path to another one but make sure you reference the same directory paths in other steps of your workflow to ensure that the generated files get collected to the same directory.
View artifacts if your build has failed ⚓
Run if previous Step failed toggle enabled, you can access your build artifacts - only those that have been successfully generated - even if your build has failed. For example, you can detect bugs in your failed build by looking into the generated test report files.
Who can access build artifacts? ⚓
The artifacts at
APPS & Artifacts are accessible for everyone who are owner, admin, developer, tester/QA of the app. Besides these roles, if you keep the default config of the
Enable public page for the App feature, then anyone who receives the URL, will be able to access your app and its artifacts. For more information, check out Public App install page.
File types & limitations ⚓
All file types are supported and will be available in
APPS & Artifacts.
Depending on the type of the file, you can either view your artifacts inline if you click on the
eye icon or download them to your local computer.
There is no limitation on the NUMBER of files deployed to
APPS & Artifacts per build. There is a limitation, however, on the file size which is 2GB per file.