Bitbucket Pipelines maven deploy dynamic artifact project

Hi all, I have a trunk repository with all my maven projects on it (This is a trunk with different Mulesoft applications).

Using pipelines I'm able to compile the trunk in the different branches. I'm new using pipelines, and I'm wondering at some point after someone makes a pull request to my "test" branch and after is merged, the pipeline be able to deploy that specific project in my test Server (CloudHub / Own Server).

Always I use this command to deploy:

mvn clean deploy -pl name-of-my-project -P deploy-cloudhub-test -Dcloudhub.user=my_username -Dcloudhub.password=my_password

Is any way to set the project name dynamically? is this the best way and best practice?

this is how my bitbucket-pipelines.yml file looks like



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Thanks in advance.

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