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For Cron-based trigger what repo does it execute the plan on?

Setting up triggers on a bamboo plan, if we use a cron-based trigger which repo will it use to execute the plan? I would assume it's the main repo which is usually the master branch but it's quite vague that the documentation doesn't just specify it especially because other triggers have you choose which repo's will be executed on.

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rsperafico
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Aug 20, 2018

Hi @Sean Martin,

It depends on the Scheduled (cron) trigger you have selected.

If you have a repository being consumed by your plan, then Polling the repository for changes will be available as option for triggering your plan. In this configuration, you can set up Periodically or Scheduled. Regardless the method chosen, build will only get trigger if Bamboo find changes in that repository, otherwise, no build should be triggered.

The other option would be Cron-based scheduling in which triggers build regardless of repository configuration within a plan.

Hope the above clarify things.

Kind regards,

Rafael

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