Artifactory Artifact Sources
This topic provides settings and permissions for the Artifactory Artifact Servers and Sources.
In this topic:
- Artifactory Permissions
- Artifact Type Support
- Artifactory Artifact Server
- Artifactory Artifact Source
Make sure the following permissions are granted to the user:
- Privileged User is required to access API, whether Anonymous or a specific username (username and passwords are not mandatory).
- Read permission to all Repositories.
If used as a Docker Repo, user needs:
- List images and tags
- Pull images
Artifact Type Support
- M - Metadata. This includes Docker image and registry information. For AMI, this means AMI ID-only.
- Blank - Not supported.
Artifactory Artifact Server
The Harness Artifactory Artifact server connects your Harness account to your Artifactory artifact resources. It has the following settings.
Enter a name for the Artifactory Server. This is the name you will use to identify this connection when adding an Artifact Source to a Harness Service.
In the Artifactory URL field, ensure that you enter in your base URL followed by your module name.
For most artifacts, use https://mycompany.jfrog.io/module_name.
In some cases, you can use https://server_name/artifactory/module_name.
The URL really depends on how you have set up Artifactory, and whether it is local, virtual, remote, or behind a proxy.
To ensure you use the correct URL, copy it from your Artifactory settings.
See Repository Management from JFrog.
Credentials and Usage Scope
Enter the credentials.
For secrets and other sensitive settings, select or create a new Harness Encrypted Text secret.
Usage Scope is determined by the secret you selected.
Artifactory Artifact Source
The Artifactory Artifact Source has the following fields.
You can enter a name or have Harness generate one for you automatically.
Use Docker Format
Available in PCF Service Only.
Select this option if your artifact is a Docker image. Selecting this option changes the remaining settings.
Select the name of the artifact source server you added in Add Artifact Servers. The format for the cloud-based Artifactory URL is https://company_name.jfrog.io/context. For more information, see Pushing and Pulling Images from JFrog.
Select the repository where the artifact source is located. If you don't see it, the API might have timed out. Enter its name and Harness will query for it.
Docker Image Name
Click in Docker Image Name and select or enter the name of the artifact you want to deploy. By default, Harness automatically populates the field with the artifacts available from the Artifactory source server. If you don't see it, the API might have timed out. Enter its name and Harness will query for it.
Docker Repository Server
Enter the name of the server from the
docker login command. For example:
If you don't see it, the API might have timed out. Enter its name and Harness will query for it.
See Configuring Docker Repositories from JFrog for more information. It describes the URLs for local, remote, and virtual repositories.
Artifact Path/File Filter
For non-Docker artifacts, you specify the file path to the artifact on Artifactory. In many cases, the file name is sufficient. Ensure the file is available using either Anonymous access or the username and password you entered in the Harness Artifactory Artifact Server.
Enter the artifact path in the repository. You can use wildcards (not regex) such as
Deploying the Artifact
When you deploy your Harness Workflow, you will select the artifact version to use. Harness will display the latest 25 artifact versions.