Is it possible to not trigger bamboo build when code is commited by a particular user?

Is it possible to not trigger bamboo build when code is commited by a particular user?

Release plugin commits the code and causes the bamboo build to trigger. IS there a way we can avoid that?

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Unfortunately not. This is not an uncommon use case though, so I expect this feature will be available at some point.

I've opened an improvement request for you: https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/BAM-10035 , please vote!

Thanks I have voted for the request.

Maven release plugin? The only thing it should be updating should be your pom.xml. You can set that file to be ignored when polling for changes for that Plan.

Yes that is one possible workaround. But it will also ignore other important changes made to pom.xml file.

Your POM file really changes that much? Other than adding a new dependency what would be changing? I think I would exect two or three of those updates out of 100 changes to the rest of the source code. And for that you can just kick off the build manually. Not perfect but a workable workaround for 97% of the time :)

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