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Is there out-of-the-box Pipe for deploying multi-service application on Google App Engine?

Currently only single service can be deployed with a pipe offered by the Bitbucket. We have a multi-service application currently deployed with maven plugin/goal provided by Google. How can we do the same with Bitbucket pipes? Should I create my own pipe, or just play with env variables to make it work?

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Hi Dmitry. Since version 0.3.0 the google-app-engine-deploy pipe supports passing multiple service configurations files via the `DEPLOYABLES` parameters. Here is an example:

 - pipe: atlassian/google-app-engine-deploy:0.3.1
     PROJECT: 'my-project'
     DEPLOYABLES: 'service-1.yaml service-2.yaml


We need to deploy App Engine Standard Java multi-service application, so will it accept 'appengine-web.xml' in DEPLOYABLES param instead of 'service.yaml'?

Also, do we need to provide a full path for yaml/xml files?

Thank you

Like Oleksandr Kyrdan likes this

Hi @Dmitry Tsukinovsky ,

A new version of the pipe atlassian/google-app-engine-deploy:0.4.0 is released.

In the current release, we extended support for deploy Java app.
The pipe includes:

  • java -version openjdk version "1.8.0_212"
  • The component [app-engine-java]

It was tested with maven and gradle build java app and supports yaml/xml files.

You can provide DEPLOYABLES:

DEPLOYABLES: 'target/appengine-staging/WEB-INF/appengine-web.xml'


DEPLOYABLES: 'target/appengine-staging/app.yaml'
Also, we provide the Bitbucket Pipes page where you can discover and try other available fresh and updated pipes.


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