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Uploading a File to a Version
To upload a file to a version:
Access the Version page of the relevant version.
Click the Upload Files link under the version name.
The Upload Files form opens as part of the Version page (instead of the tabs).
There are three ways to upload files:
Click the Click to Add Files link and select the file or files (multiple selection is allowed) to be uploaded through the browse dialog box that opens.
Drag-and-drop the files onto the Drag Files Here area.
Enter the URL of the file you want to upload in the Upload from URL field and click the Upload button.
Every file is uploaded to a default directory in the relevant repository. The subdirectories, however, may be changed by the user, for convenience in managing multiple files under the same version. You may add in the field Target Repository Paththe path to which you want the file to be uploaded, if you want to place the file in a subdirectory relative to the repo’s root directory.
Note: as part of the advanced support that Bintray provides to Maven files, if the files you are uploading are of a Maven project (only Maven), Bintray automatically determines the target repository path according to the POM file (which must be included, according to Maven standards). Bintray offers you the option of assigning to the uploaded files the path as determined by the POM file. This is recommended but not mandatory.
Click here for more information about POM files.
When there are files uploaded to the version, they are displayed as a list in the Upload Files form. Note, though, that the uploading is not final yet. You must click Save Changes in order for the files you uploaded to actually be stored within the version
The files are now uploaded and saved.
In order for your files to be visible to users, they need to be published. Files that are successfully uploaded are not automatically published by Bintray; you need to publish them yourself. Following successful upload, a message box with the option to Discard or Publish the files appears.
Discard the files means undoing the upload you did just now.
Publish the files means making them available to be viewed and downloaded by all Bintray users
You can now navigate out of the current page, but remember, files can only remain unpublished for a period of 24 hours. If you do not publish them within that time, Bintray will automatically discard them. You can identify new files that have been uploaded but not published since their icon is displayed with a green dot.
Note that if the files are uploaded to a version of a package that belongs to a repository within an organization, another member of the organization may view and publish the unpublished files, if that member has the correct authorization within the organization.