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Is bamboo adding things to my release number?

Bamboo Server 6.1.1

Doing a build then auto firing a release to dev server. 

On the deployment we've been using the Release Versioning tool that is provided within Bamboo. 

We've been using it for months then all the sudden our versioning has changed. 

What we have in the text field for releases is `0.0.${bamboo.buildNumber}`

what we are getting is `0.0.***_(2)`

When we hard code a release as `0.0.95` we get `0.0.95_(2)` So it's not the variable. 

See screen cap for all release variable setting page. 

Screen Shot 2018-07-16 at 5.36.32 PM.png


The problem is I don't know where to go to turn off whatever this is, and no one remembers turning anything like this on. It is not reflected any where else that I can find outside of releases, the builds and deploys don't include it anywhere that I can find. 

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Marcin Gardias
Atlassian Team
Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
Jul 17, 2018 • edited

That happens if  a release with identical name already exists. This might be because particular trigger configuration you currently have or because the deployment was linked to different build plan before.

Thank you this is the correct answer! Wish this was more clear in the release versioning page. 

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