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Are there examples of Bamboo Specs Java files using common stages/jobs/tasks?

I have 6 build plans that all implement the same stage tasks.  Currently when I need to make a change I have to update all 6 files.  I would like to be able to pull this out and have it as a common element which is in turn included in each plan so I only need to make edits in one location.  From what I have read it looks like this is possible but I have not seen any examples and as I'm not a Java developer I'm not sure how to proceed.

Assuming this is possible, can someone share some examples on how this is accomplished?

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I describe a way to achieve this in this article :

  • a common library that gathers building blocks for creating Bamboo pipelines
  • plan specific project built on top this common library

You can see some of those concepts in action there:

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