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Were to find complete docs for yaml bamboo specs syntax?

Hi Team,

 

I am using the bamboo 6.3.1 , I am able to create the simple build plan using the bamboo specs but i need full syntx for checking outsource code repo and running the ansible playbooks with ansible executor and passing some environment varables.

Were to find exact syntax for all these steps for yaml based bamboospecs. I didn't see any syntax for these in below page.

https://docs.atlassian.com/bamboo-specs-docs/6.3.0/specs-yaml.html?_ga=2.179022370.704151055.1533537464-474488701.1533537464#job-artifacts

 

can anyone help me were to find full docs for yaml bamboo specs?

 

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Hi Bharath Kumar,

As stated in the official documentation, YAML specs is designed only to handle simple specifications and all currently available YAML Specs syntax is described in the document you've mentioned above.

If you want to create more sophisticated plans, I'm afraid you'll need to move to Java Specs.

thanks.

Thank you for your update.

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