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Is it possible to block environment from manual start in deployment plan

Hi, here is little diagram:

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Env1 and Env2 are deployed in parallel by deployment plan; Final env shall be triggered manually whenever suited. I want to safeguard myself from situation, when someone triggers final environment manually before  Env1 or Env2 have finished execution.
Is it possible by standard means of Bamboo or I shall go into scripting?

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Hi @Anton_Kuryan

we don't have any mechanism in Bamboo to can prevent that.
I was trying to find a way to solve this problem and the best I could think of was somehow failing the final deployment when the results of Env1 and Env2 are still not available.

We don't have such restrictions or dependence between environments.

  • Do you want me to create a feature request for that?
  • If the answer is yes, what would be the format of this feature? Can you give me more details on how you see that this feature could work?

Yes, I would like to see it as a feature request, possibly coupled with another possibility: "and" behavior for Environment deployment switch (so, Final env shall be possible to start via Successful deployment trigger, which starts it only in case both envs are OK).

Format of a feature - maybe a dropbox at environment configuration which will say that environment is dependent on some other environments (so, I could select several with checkboxes, much like rights are assigned).

Can you advise on API call which I can use to track the status of previous environments?

Hi @Anton_Kuryan

I'm sorry for the delay here, I needed some quiet time to work on this and it was difficult to find.

This is the feature request I created based on your comment:

This is a feature request that is related to the one we just created and could be of your interest:

Can you advise on API call which I can use to track the status of previous environments?

I created this community article to allow you getting the environment result information you need from REST API:


Please add yourself as a watcher and vote in the feature requests above. If you have more comments on this matter, just let me know.

Like Anton_Kuryan likes this

Thank you. I will look into it

Like Daniel Santos likes this

You are welcome! =]

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