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Why Deployment release Flag's value is changed from APPROVED/BROKEN to INCOMPLETE?

After a Deployment, we usually click on "Approved" or "Broken" button on the Release to mark success / failure for the deployment. However, sometimes, I notice that the Flagged value in the Release History will be changed into INCOMPLETE after a few days.

Why is this value changed to INCOMPLETE? What are the possible reasons?

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Hello @phanthucanh,

...in the Release History will be changed into INCOMPLETE after a few days.

Could you please confirm whether the deployment was ever released? And do you have Bamboo Expiry set up? If artifact(s) of Deployment Version gets removed, release gets marked as incomplete.

Kind regards,

Rafael

Thank you @rsperafico. I think it must be the case when artifact(s) of Deployment Version gets removed. Is there any setting to change this behavior of overwriting the status?

rsperafico Atlassian Team Jan 08, 2018

Hello @phanthucanh,

I am afraid there is no setting to change this behaviour, however, you could make use of Bamboo's REST API to update the status:

https://docs.atlassian.com/atlassian-bamboo/REST/6.3.0/#d2e3091

# replace {username} to authenticate against Bamboo.
Username provided must have permissions over deployment
# replace {bamboo_base_url} e.g. http://localhost:8085
# replace {deploymentVersionId}
# replace {newStatus} e.g. UNKNOWN, APPROVED, BROKEN, INCOMPLETE

curl -k -u {username} -p \
-X POST {bamboo_base_url}/deploy/version/{deploymentVersionId}/status/{newStatus}

Kind regards,

Rafael

Thank you for your help!

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