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Can a plan declare its parent plan triggers?

Rather than use child plans / dependencies - which will get unwieldy with the number of plans and git repos we have - I'd like each plan to declare its upward, parent dependencies.

The Plan object (and Deployment) allows you to pass in multiple triggers, which gave me hope!  But I couldn't find a Trigger class for defining multiple, arbitrary parent-plan triggers.


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Foong Atlassian Team Apr 16, 2019

Try Bamboo Specs to modify multiple plan dependencies

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Try this app Chain Build Tasks for Bamboo to use task to trigger another plan

Thank you.  But this looks like another way to trigger child plans. 

We are looking for a way for a plan to say, "run me after plans: a, b, c, x, y, z".

(The same way gradle and maven allow you to define dependencies for yourself.  And then gradle/maven work out the build order for you using 'directed acyclic graphs'.)

yes, we are using java specs for our plans.  And really like it!   But it only does downward child dependencies (and VCS dependencies.)

I would just suggest to the Bamboo Team that they add this parent-dependency capabilities.  I think a lot of folks would find it useful.

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Foong Atlassian Team Apr 17, 2019

Thank you

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