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Execute Plan at least every week once

Hi

I need to check dependency on my code at least every week. So I search fo a possibility to have a plan with the following triggers:

  • By commit into git
  • At least once per week (but only if no commits)

Are there any possibility to have such trigger combination or how could I do a similar situation?

Best Regards

Werner

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Hello Werner,

Thanks for asking out things in Bamboo's Community space - great to have you with us.

Now first thing with regards to your question, you can define as many triggers as you want per build plan. So maximium should then be all existing ones, which rarely you would do.

However, in your case you should set Bamboo's commit trigger and depending on what what repository type you use that can be "Bitbucket Server repository triggered" or "Remote trigger". Note that for the latter, you'll still need to set up a WebHook so that e.g. Bitbucket Cloud can notify Bamboo about any Git change that happened there.

And as a second trigger, for your use-case, you could use "Scheduled" and configure this trigger type for that wished day in the week that the build schould run and when exactly that shall be.

Finally find here our "Triggering builds" KB https://confluence.atlassian.com/bamboo/triggering-builds-289276897.html which will guide you well on this configuration journey and that provided useful extra information.

Thanks and all the best,

Gerhard

Hi Gerhard

Thanks for the reply

So that means there is no possibility to trigger a build only if no trigger was give by a commit since a week.

Best Regards

Werner

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