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YAML Spec Errors adding deployment permissions

Hello I am trying to add deployment permissions to our YAML deployment specs and I am getting the following error

Bamboo YAML import failed: Document structure is incorrect: Found following unused properties: QA, Staging, environments, Production, Sandbox, release-naming, deployment / source-plan

I have tried many different variations to add the deployment permissions but I am obviously doing something wrong, using bamboo version 7.03 with a spec similar to the below.

version: 2

deployment:
name: Deployment Project
source-plan: APROJ

release-naming:
next-version-name: Deployment-${bamboo.buildNumber}
applies-to-branches: false

environments:
- Sandbox
- QA
- Staging
- Production

deployment-permissions:
- users:
- auser

default-environment-permissions:
- users:
- auser
groups:
- bamboo-dev
permissions:
- view
- edit
- deploy

Sandbox:
tasks:
- artifact-download
- script:
interpreter: /bin/sh
scripts:
- docker-compose run --rm web bundle exec cap sandbox deploy
final-tasks:
- script:
interpreter: /bin/sh
scripts:
- docker-compose down
- docker system prune --volumes -f
- clean

QA:
tasks:
- artifact-download
- script:
interpreter: /bin/sh
scripts:
- docker-compose run --rm web bundle exec cap qa deploy
final-tasks:
- script:
interpreter: /bin/sh
scripts:
- docker-compose down
- docker system prune --volumes -f
- clean

Staging:
tasks:
- artifact-download
- script:
interpreter: /bin/sh
scripts:
- docker-compose run --rm web bundle exec cap staging deploy
final-tasks:
- script:
interpreter: /bin/sh
scripts:
- docker-compose down
- docker system prune --volumes -f
- clean

Production:
tasks:
- artifact-download
- script:
interpreter: /bin/sh
scripts:
- docker-compose run --rm web bundle exec cap production deploy
final-tasks:
- script:
interpreter: /bin/sh
scripts:
- docker-compose down
- docker system prune --volumes -f
- clean

 Many thanks in advance

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Deployment permissions should be kept at separate YAML document, like this:

```

version: 2

deployment:
name: Deployment Project
source-plan: APROJ

release-naming:
next-version-name: Deployment-${bamboo.buildNumber}
applies-to-branches: false

environments:
- Sandbox
- QA
- Staging
- Production

Sandbox:
tasks:
- artifact-download
- script:
interpreter: /bin/sh
scripts:
- docker-compose run --rm web bundle exec cap sandbox deploy
final-tasks:
- script:
interpreter: /bin/sh
scripts:
- docker-compose down
- docker system prune --volumes -f
- clean

QA:
tasks:
- artifact-download
- script:
interpreter: /bin/sh
scripts:
- docker-compose run --rm web bundle exec cap qa deploy
final-tasks:
- script:
interpreter: /bin/sh
scripts:
- docker-compose down
- docker system prune --volumes -f
- clean

Staging:
tasks:
- artifact-download
- script:
interpreter: /bin/sh
scripts:
- docker-compose run --rm web bundle exec cap staging deploy
final-tasks:
- script:
interpreter: /bin/sh
scripts:
- docker-compose down
- docker system prune --volumes -f
- clean

Production:
tasks:
- artifact-download
- script:
interpreter: /bin/sh
scripts:
- docker-compose run --rm web bundle exec cap production deploy
final-tasks:
- script:
interpreter: /bin/sh
scripts:
- docker-compose down
- docker system prune --volumes -f
- clean

---
version: 2

deployment:
name: Deployment Project
source-plan: APROJ

deployment-permissions:
- users:
- auser
permissions:
- view

default-environment-permissions:
- users:
- auser
groups:
- bamboo-dev
permissions:
- view
- edit
- deploy

```

Thank you very much, working fine now 🙌

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