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Bitbucket pipeline skipping step even though there is change


I have given the following condition, where a step should run only when there is a change in folder

- "webapp/**"

It has been working fine.

Couple of days back I had raised a PR, which ran the pipeline fine.
As there was a change in webapp folder, it ran the step.

But when I merged the PR to branch, even though there was a change in webapp folder,
it skipped the step in pipeline.

Previously it was working fine, on same day for a different pipeline, the step ran when merged to branch.

I am confused as to why the step is not running in this particular case.
Reran the pipeline multiple times but still the same issue.
Has anyone faced similar issues?

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Ben Atlassian Team Apr 04, 2022

Hey Abhishek,

I have noticed that there is a typo in the output that you have provided ("changestes" should be "changesets") - I'm not sure if this is present in your pipelines yml or if this was simply a typo when raising this ticket but this will need to be corrected if it is the former.

Additionally, when referencing a glob pattern in "includePaths" please refer to the following documentation, the syntax specifies single quotes to be used rather than double quotes:

Hope this helps.


- Ben (Bitbucket Cloud Support)

Hi Ben,

Documentation here has double quotes in the example glob pattern - probably needs updating?

Ben Atlassian Team May 18, 2022

Hey @Drew Heasman - thank you for raising this to our attention, I have reported this accordingly.

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