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Explicitly set 'on linked repository change'-trigger via YAML specs


How to explicitly set the 'on linked repository change'-trigger, just like the default? I want to do this in order to combine it with other trigger(s). The default trigger seems to be removed when setting other triggers.

The documentation ( seems not to indicate how? Or am I misinterpreting something?

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It's possible by defining few triggers


triggers: - cron: expression: 0 0 1 ? * * - polling: period: '180'

Thanks for your reply.

I did that as a workaround, but this is based on polling and not a trigger on commit? Or is that what happens by default? I think not because with polling you get the following 'Repository Polling' trigger (when viewing the configuration via GUI):

And not this `Bitbucket Server repository triggered` trigger:

Yes, missed that part when made improvements to Triggers support in YAML Specs.

Will address it shortly, please track for updates.

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