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Change Default repository using Bamboo YAML specs

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Below is my bamboo specs directory structure

  • bamboo-pipelines-repo/bamboo-specs/plan1.yaml (Check out from repo1)
  • bamboo-pipelines-repo/bamboo-specs/plan2.yaml (Check out from repo2)

Since i am maintaining all the specs in one repo  'bamboo-pipelines-repo' is setting up as default repo. Due to this i am not able to create branch plan for repo1 and repo2.

plan1.yaml -> Need to have repo1 as default repository 

plan2.yaml -> Need to have repo2 as default repository

Is it possible to have such kind of configuration using Bamboo specs ?

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It's not yet possible, please watch https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/BAM-20563 for updates. It's planned for resolution at the next Bamboo version.

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