I have a bamboo plan which is triggered on repository changes. It in turn triggers a deployment project out to my CI server. This all works great except the last step in the process. How do I then trigger my automated test plan once my deployment has finished? It seems that deployments can't trigger plans, only plans can trigger deployments. Are there any ways around this?
Deployment pipleline doesnt let you trigger a build plan. But a better way to go about is this
1) Have build plan create your artifacts/deployables.
2) Run the deployment pipleline
3) As a last step to deployment pipeline, run the automated test (which I guess would be some kind of scripts)
yeah I've thought about that. The problem is that I want my CI build to create (which it does now) a release according to a naming convention template I've set up. Then the test teams can easily see which environments have this release and one click deploy it out. I can't do that if the build doesn't the deployment as there is no mechanism that I can find to create a release during a build.
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