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I have a rule to create branch plans based on (ADM-[0-9]+-.+)|(LU-[0-9]+-.+)
I had a branch named ADM-123-TEST that got a new commit but did not generate the branch plan. I have "Create plan branches for branches detected in the repository" selected for the build plan.
Why woudl it not create the branch plan and how do i make it so it will create branches when new commits are added to old git branches?
Yep. For the most part it works. If you create a new branch it works just fine. What doesn't work is if you commit to an existing branch that is not already in bamboo. I have it set to clean up the branches after 7 days of no commits to save space on the server but if you commit to an existing branch that has been cleaned up, since it's not a new branch and its not still in bamboo, it doesn't do anything We have projects that get put in the backburner and sometimes go a long time without commits only to climb back up the priority list later on and then we can't access it via bamboo since most users don't have permission to update the plan and create the branch manually
Is that we need to use Bitbucket server for Git so that when branches are created in Git, this would work. Actually i am working on a POC and very new in this area any help provided will be really helpful.
I will try to explain the scenario :
I would like to know the reason why we are unable to see the new plan branches when new branches are created in Git.
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