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Triggers for environments

Hi,

 

I would like to ask for some suggestions in the next case. Thanks!

I have to implement this automatic CI/CD pipline in Bamboo:

-build+unit tests

-deploy to Dev

-run e2e tests on Dev

-if successful, deploy to QA

-run e2e tests on QA

-if successful, deploy to Staging.

 

I have created:

-1 build plan for "build+unit tests"

-1 deployment project with 3 environments

-3 separate build plans for e2e tests, each of them has a successful deployment to Dev, QA, Staging as a trigger 

So far so good.

But, I cannot figure out how to create a trigger on QA environment to start deployment only if my plan with e2e tests are green on Dev.

I have found 4 available triggers on environment level, but none of them allow to use a different plan (in my case a plan with e2e tests) as a trigger.

Did I misunderstand a concept of project/plans/environments/ triggers? Do you have ay idea how to solve this?

Thanks!

1 answer

Out of the 4 triggers, there is "after successful build plan" trigger. But the trigger doesnt give you the option to choose a different plan, it takes the source plan by default.

Just a thought. You can create another deployment project "B" with QA env only. Then add your trigger to "B" to start after successful build. 

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