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Bamboo automatic dependency management with Maven

I set up two parent and child projects as described but Bamboo does not find parent dependencies in the child project and there is absolutely no other tutorial/documentation on this subject. Would you please provide a step-by-step example on how to set up automatic dependency management with Maven?

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Hello @Mohammad Alavi welcome to the community :)

Are you facing issues with the child project not being able to fetch dependencies built by the parent project?

Also, the documentation that you have pointed out contains a section about automatic dependency management, what in that section didn't work for you?

According to the documents I expect the child build plan to be triggered when the parent builds successfully, but this does not happen.


This is my parent project POM file:

<project xmlns=""




and this is my child project POM file which depends on the parent project:

<project xmlns=""





Thanks for the pom.xml!

Can you also share the "Maven Dependency Processor" task configuration and the plan dependencies configuration you have on your both parent and child plans?

I used maven dependency processor task with default configurations (all fields are empty) both in parent and child projects in the default stage's default job.


Screen Shot 2019-11-26 at 19.54.57.png


and the plan's dependency configuration for both child and parent projects is as follows:


Screen Shot 2019-11-26 at 19.54.13.png

At first glance everything looks fine.

Giving a look at, branches are not capable of triggering dependencies. Did you tried to trigger your child plans from the parent master?

Yes I use master branch for both parent and child project 

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