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how can the paused jobs in the pipeline is automatically picked up

Hi,

Is there any mechanism to resume/rerun the paused jobs in the pipeline

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In case you're referring to manual steps, please find this feature request:

Via: Trigger bitbucket pipeline manual step using API

Hi,

Not the manual step, I am looking for auto execution on branch commit.

Hmm, for me normally on branch commit (and push) the branch pipeline automatically runs for that commit. What am I not seeing here?

If there are several pushes to a repo, the last pipeline will get paused for us at the deployment stage, if the previous pipeline's deployment is in progress.

Makes total sense to not mess up the deployments. However it's inconvenient to go and manually check all pipelines for successful completion. Especially if there's a large number of pushes.

Like Tomasz Miller likes this

What if Atlasssian would watch for the deployments and take the very latest one based on the git commits. Deploy that one and discard the other paused deployments?

What do you guys think? Just chiming in :)

Why not schedule a pipeline that just does this via the REST API? I think the trick is to have an automated deployment step (not one that is with the manual flag).

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