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maven project in git subdirectory


i have severall maven projects in a git repositorie. I would like to be able to make a plan for one single project.

But i can not find a way to tell bamboo in which subdirectory my project is. According to that bamboo says "cant find pom" if i try to build the project.

How can i do that?

Thanks in advance!

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You can provide the "working sub directory" when you set up the maven task. You can also use "override project file" option to point to a pom.xml file.

Having said that, a good idea might be separate out the projects into multiple git repositories.

Thank you very much!

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