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Old 11-22-2011, 02:16 AM   #1
renjuchingath
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Unhappy folders missing in archieved output of hudson during php project building.


Hi Team
I got a problem while running a PHP project in Hudson Continuous Integration server. After building the PHP project, I had checked archived build output and there were some folders missing. I had checked the SVN repository, and all of the folders missing in Hudson's output were present in the SVN repository. Can somebody explain why this happened?

steps in detail.

I had selected free style build, then configured scm, I am using svn as source code repository.

From build step I haven't invoked ant or `phing.

checked and configured archive artifact option for php.(**/*.php)
 
  


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