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I have a bamboo plan that contains around 20 different repositories.
I have configured a trigger to monitor all of those repositories and kick off the Job if it detects any changes to the master branch on any of those repositories.
Inside of the job, I was hoping there was a way for me to identify which repository was changed, as I want to pass that as a value to my script that runs.
The only option I see for this in the documentation is calling a variable like -
Unfortunately, since the trigger monitors 20 repositories, this isnt helpful since I wont know what the position of the repo that was updated was (since it could be any one of them).
Is there another way to get the name of the repository that had an update pushed to it when it is in a list other repos in the same trigger?
Use conditionals maybe and then use the I below variable to do a check?
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