We have a bamboo build triggered on every commit executing both build and acceptance tests.
We now want to break this build into two bamboo builds:
- The first bamboo build will run unit and integration tests on every branch commit.
- The second bamboo build should run the acceptance tests and have the details about the original branch commit passed to it.
Can a bamboo build trigger a second bamboo build and have the second build checkout the same exact branch?
You can split into 2 plans and make planB to be dependant on PlanA and make them dependant of each other.
That way, if the child build uses the same source as the parent build (for example, the Git URL is the same), the child build will be forced to check out the same revision of source code as the parent build. This ensures that builds are consistent when triggering one build from another.
This page helps you set up plan dependency.
You can also setup Dependency blocking strategies. This ensures that a "tree" of dependent builds always runs in tree hierarchy order, even if child plan builds are triggered independently of their parents.
Hope that helps.
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