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Any methods to specify pipeline build orders between 5 repos?


Back in Jenkins, I can specify easily if job 1 (i.e. for repo R1) is completed, then auto run job 2 (for repo R2) & 3 (for repo R3) immediately. Is there anyway to specify this pipeline build orders in bitbucket pipeline? How does everyone solve this build orchestration ordering issue? 

Thanks & Best Regards,


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Hi Horace,

I see that you opened a support ticket for this issue as well and got assistance there.

I just wanted to leave a reply here for any others users which may come across your question. It is possible to trigger a Pipelines build for a different repo with the following pipe:

In this case, you add in the bitbucket-pipelines.yml file of repo R1 a command with a pipe to trigger a build in repo R2, and another one to trigger a build in repo R3.

If you need anything further, please feel free to reach out!

Kind regards,

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