I'm trying to "chain" deploys in that if the DEV deploy goes green (is successful) it should then deploy to PROD.
However! We have a designated "deploy window" for PROD, meaning that we can only deploy during certian times of the day. Therefore we made use of the "scheduled" deploy functionality.
This worked, until one day we found that the PROD deploy project, deployed a version which had passed the "build", but failed the "DEV deploy" stage.
It seems that this is due to Deployment Projects only being able to download artifacts/releases from the Build project, if they're run on a schedule.
Is there any way to specify "Deploy to PROD at 2am daily the last successful release deployed to DEV"?
Hi Serge! How are you doing?
I am not sure this is possible to achieve using Deployment environments.
What do you think of moving the DEV deployment to a stage in your build plan? This way, if your deployment in DEV fails, your build will be red. You will loose some features of deployments, but at least you make sure only green builds go to PROD.
Hope this helps!
Thank you for your reply. Yes, that is what it looks like we are going to have to do. We are also looking at having a task in the scheduled deploy to check (through the Bamboo API) that the version was successfully deployed to DEV before deploying to PROD.
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