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Trigger a job after successful deployment

Hi ,


I know we can trigger a deployment after a successful build but I am looking to see if I can trigger a scan plan/job after the build and deployment is successful.


Thank you!

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Hello @sgoru

You will have to use the Bamboo After Deployment trigger plugin:

Kind regards,

Eduardo Alvarenga
Atlassian Support APAC

Thank you @Eduardo Alvarenga  for the prompt reply.  Forgot to mention the version we use. Its 7.0.2 would that matter in any way or I can use the plugin?

Hello @sgoru

You can try using the latest version. If it doesn't work, please try using one of the past builds as linked here:


Eduardo Alvarenga
Atlassian Support APAC

Hi @Eduardo Alvarenga ,


Thank you I dont see this tool in the market place for 7.0.2. Are there any install inscructions for jar plugin.


Hi @sgoru

If that's not available on the marketplace you will have to install it manually.

Download the version from and follow these instructions:


Eduardo Alvarenga
Atlassian Support APAC

hi @Eduardo Alvarenga  I was able to successfully installed but some of the deployment plans are not showing up in the drop down. If we can have a working session I can show you what is going on. Can you help?


Thanks in Advance!


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Hey @sgoru thank you for your feedback!

Bamboo 7.0.2 has already reached its end of life. We advise you to try upgrading Bamboo to a supported version first (preferably 8.2), then try using that plugin again.

If after that it still doesn't work we recommend you open a case with us at

Eduardo Alvarenga
Atlassian Support APAC

HI @Eduardo Alvarenga  is there a way I can add a delay to a trigger after successful deployment.

Hello @sgoru,

Not directly. But you can add a Script task before the trigger that will contain a "sleep" command.

Eduardo Alvarenga
Atlassian Support APAC

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