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How to configure bamboo to go to the next job even when the last job failed

Hi everyone,

I have a bamboo stage with many bamboo jobs to test different applications.

The problem is when a job is failed, the whole build stop and failed automatically.

I want that it go to the next job to continue the process because the jobs are independant. 

so the failed job will display "failed" but it continue to the next one and finish the stage.

How can I do that please?

Thank you so much,


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If jobs are at same stage then they don't affect each other and executed in parallel.

Thank you Alexey for your response,

I have one job by stage in one plan. but when one job is failed all the plan is failed. it doesn't keep the result of the previous job et go to the next one. all the build will be failed just because the second job for example was failed.

Job failure causes stage failure. Stage failure causes build failure.

If you want parallel job execution, put them under same stage. This stage will fail when one of job failed, but at least you will get result of other jobs execution

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