We are currently having bamboo make a build on every commit in the source repository. We run the build on every commit in order to ensure that the build is not broken and that unit tests are passing. QA is supposed to ignore the majority of these builds. I would like to mark a specific build as ready for QA. What is the correct method of doing this in Bamboo?
Agree with Przemek. In fact, we script running a production build using Bamboo Command Line Interface that runs the build, automatically labels the build as keep (telling Bamboo to not remove it as part of cleanup), labels the build with a production build number (not Bamboo related), and retrieves the build artifact to copy to another location necessary for the rest of our process.
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