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YAML Specs remote trigger definitions without IP

Hi,

Bamboo 7.1.1 build 70117 with Bitbucket Server

Using a yaml spec, residing in the source code repo to be build.

When *not* defining any triggers, the default "Bitbucket Server Repository triggered" is used (it's configured for as as default).

Now I wanted to also define a nightly build trigger. YAML Specs only supports CRON at this point, so I've added

triggers:
- cron: 0 0 2 1/1 * ? *

to the specs. This works fine but now the repository trigger is overwritten, i.e. no longer active.

Specs now would allow me to add a remote trigger for the git repo, but it seems only IP is allowed. This is pretty dirty as I don't want to make commits just because the service may have moved to a different IP.

Is there a way around it? For example, when I look at a spec generated by bamboo for a spec plan without custom triggers, I don't see any trigger definitions at all in the resulting yaml specs.

 

So, how can I get yaml specs to not override the default trigger or to not rely on IP information for the remote?

I feel inclined to create a ticket for that.

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