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Example of splitting Bamboo Java Specs across multiple files

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For example, I want to maintain a separate file per each Bamboo job. Then in a Bamboo plan file, import the job files and place job definitions withing stages. All of this using Java Specs. Can you please provide some simple examples including folder structure, import code, and code for using an imported job within a stage?

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Just to clarify, I want my Bamboo Specs files stored in my BitBucket repository, and for Bamboo to scan/read them from BitBucket. I do not want to manually publish from my desktop.

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Just to clarify, I want my Bamboo Specs files stored in my BitBucket repository, and for Bamboo to scan/read them from BitBucket. I do not want to manually publish from my desktop.

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