Hi @exuper okouya,
if I understand you correctly, you're using build plans to actually perform deployments. I'd recommend separating builds (with tests) and deployments - by introducing the Bamboo Deployments feature: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/BAMBOO/Deployment+projects. If I recall correctly, it's available since Bamboo 5.
With actual deployment projects, you have to define releases (aka deployment versions) based on build plans. When creating a release, you have to explicitly select a build number - and this would mean that the person to create a release would have to choose a red build intentionally to perform the scenario you described.
Also, deployments can be configured to be launched automatically after a successful build.
For more information regarding deployments feature in Bamboo you can look for "related pages" under the above link.
The case is this:
for every project APIs, web app, etc... we have two sets of plans:
recently we eccountered a problem that is someone in the organisation launched a deploy job on a master branch with a build status failed.
After a postmorterm we have decided to search and implement a solution to make sure deploy plans are blocked when the correponding continuous integration plan indicate a build status failed.
Hopefully my explanations are clear.
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