I have 3 projects: Utility, Product and Application.
Product has dependency on Utility, and Application has dependency on Product.
So in Bamboo, I have setup to clean install Utility first, then Product, and lastly Application. At the same time, I also have branches, namely DEV, UAT, PROD. This serve as a level of development stage, UAT and production stage. once development stage is complete, I will merge it to UAT branch.
I have NOT merge Utility project from DEV to UAT branch, but I can still do clean install on UAT branch. Obviously, DEV have a more complete version of Utility project and UAT have a less complete version of Utility project.
Then I do a build on Product project on DEV branch and it failed due to a lot of missing components. From my understanding, it is taking Utility.jar which is generated from the UAT branch.
Should not it be taking the Utility.jar that is generated from DEV branch instead of UAT branch?
How can I make sure Bamboo to keep an Utility.jar for DEV and another one for UAT?
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