I've found the documentation, here:
I am hoping to understand exactly what criteria are used to decide when to add or remove build plan dependencies.
I have many instances of build plans where my understanding of the system indicates that there should be a dependency, but there is none listed on the Dependencies tab in the plan config, and many instances of build plans where my understanding indicates there should be no dependency, but one exists. Furthermore, sometimes a build is triggered as a result of another build as if a dependency were present, but none is.
We have dozens of shared libraries, many of which have dependencies on other libraries, and dozens of services using these libraries. All of these are built with Bamboo and Maven 3. All have the Dependency Check task configured and the checkbox checked as described in the documentation.
As noted in the subject, I'm looking for a thorough explanation. But I also have some specific questions:
If it makes a difference, we are using the locally hosted variety of Bamboo. We're currently on version 5.13.2 and are actively investigating an upgrade to 6.x.
It's now 2 years later but I actually have exactly the same problem.
In some scenarios I also see the 'generated badge' but found it difficult to grasp how this was created. I couldn't trigger it manually.
Also, when I manually set the child plan everything works fine, including the build of branches with the same display name.
Can anyone help me out?
After contact with support I found out that automatic dependencies only work with the 'master plan' (branch that is selected when plan is created). In our case that's always develop.
Any subsequent branches are detected and also show up in the Plan View / Maven Dependencies, however they do not update the Plan's child plans.
We've now decided to configure the dependencies manually (project dependencies don't change so often) and accept that some transitive builds are not needed ( because the child project depends on a released version instead of version in develop ).
Please vote for this ticket https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/BAM-18381 if you'd like to see some improvements here.
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