I am trying to setup a build that runs all my tests on the branches, but when merged into master it builds artifacts. I have tried several options but I am unable to get it to work exactly the way I want.
Right now I have two plans, but I think I should be able to combine them into one. My ideal plan would be a branch plan that runs all the tests on the branches, but does not build artifacts. Then when merged to master it would repeat the tests, and build the artifacts.
I am not able to achieve this because branch plans also build artifacts and I cannot seem to find a way to disable that.
I have also tried setting up two plans, one that builds branches without artifacts, and one that builds master with artifacts. However when merging to master it runs both plans. I think this is because in the branch plan I have master selected in the Repositories tab. I must select a branch in the Repositories tab because it is a required field, I also cannot select a different branch because all the other branches are feature or bug branches so they get removed when merging.
So I guess I have two questions.
Same problem here, bamboo currently build artifacts when I push a branch release/X.X.X, and it works good. Then I expect to merge on master and re-use this artifact (to retrieve my custom version tag in the branch name).
But when I merge the release branch into master, bamboo triggers another build phase, and it overwrites my previously created artifacts. So I don't have my version number anymore.
Tried all day to workaround this, can't find a way. It seems like a pretty common release flow, why is it so hard ?
stumbling across this today... in our scenario, we want the develop branch to be mvn deployed to make snapshots available to other projects, but don't want pull request branches to be deployed.
the cruddy workaround I have right now is to have two plans... a plan for develop and a plan for PRs... but because the repository is tied to a branch, the PR plan also builds changes to develop, and so changes to develop get built by both plans. definitely a waste of resources, but does achieve the separation desired.
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