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How do I have my bamboo plan quit when there is a failure in compiling?

I have Bamboo 6.11 and I have a task that is  gmake compile.  If there is a problem, 

it does not quit the plan it just continues to the next task which is to compile the java code and fails all the tests.

I would like it to quit so I don't have to wait the 20mins to see that it did not compile.

This would help keep our bamboo queue cleaner.

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Cristiano Mariano
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Oct 19, 2020

Hi @Sally S_ Miller ! How are you doing?

Are you using a "Script" task?

We usually check the errorlevel after the compiler call and, in case it is not zero, we call "exit 1".

Hope this helps!

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