This action pushes commits from Git repository connected with Buddy (GitHub, Bitbucket, GitLab, private Git server) or from Buddy’s built-in Git server to another repository with or without artifacts saved to the pipeline’s filesystem.
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This action transfers your files from a Git repository or a pipeline filesystem to a WebDAV endpoint. WebDAV is very often used by popular applications such as IP.Board & BigCommerce.
FTPS action uploads your files from the Git repository or the pipeline filesystem to an FTP server. The pipeline filesystem contains files fetched from the repository, repository files overwritten by the pipeline actions, artifacts generated by the actions and static files uploaded to the filesystem which shouldn’t be in the repository.
This action synchronizes files between Git / GitHub / Bitbucket and a server using rsync.
SFTP action uploads your files from the Git repository or the pipeline filesystem to an SFTP server. A pipeline filesystem contains the fetched Git repository, artifacts generated by build actions, and static files uploaded by the user.