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Updating spec plans across many build plans

I currently have a number of repositories, each with a java bamboo-spec\ build plan.   These build plans use a shared set of utility classes to construct the build plan.

The problem I'm encountering, is when I need to update one of the helper classes in the utility.  In order to push this change across the environment, I need to re-publish the specs in each repository.

Currently, I can do this by cloning each repository, one at a time, and then running a mvn -Ppublish-specs within the bamboo-spec directory.  Right now, I have a bamboo plan that will do this (it takes the repository name as an variable -- to determine which repo to clone).

However, I'm looking for a way that this can be without having to iterate through every repository (there are a lot of them).

Is there any rest call or something else I can use to quickly automate this task?

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I hope the latest version 6.8.0 will cover your request

 I mean final step :)



Gonchik Tsymzhitov

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