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Can I execute a pipeline from other pipeline?

Hi,
I has the two repositorys, both with pipelines enable.

 

How to execute the pipeline after the other pipeline complete?

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Ronald C_ Atlassian Team Apr 18, 2020

Hi @Afonso Augusto Ventura Rodrigues ,

Hope you're doing well. :)

There're multiple ways that you can trigger a build on a different repository, and creating a new commit and push to the repo using the build is one of the workaround.

Another ways that you can try is by using pre-built integration - "Bitbucket trigger pipeline" Pipe:

script:
  - pipe: atlassian/trigger-pipeline:4.1.3
    variables:
      BITBUCKET_USERNAME: '<string>'
      BITBUCKET_APP_PASSWORD: '<string>'
      REPOSITORY: '<string>'
      # ACCOUNT: '<string>' # Optional
      # BRANCH_NAME: '<string>' # Optional
      # CUSTOM_PIPELINE_NAME: '<string>' # Optional
      # PIPELINE_VARIABLES: '<json>' # Optional
      # WAIT: '<boolean>' # Optional
      # WAIT_MAX_TIMEOUT: '<string>' # Optional
      # DEBUG: '<boolean>' # Optional

Trigger Pipelines - Bitbucket Integration (Pipes)

If you want a more manual way to trigger, you can try using API as well:
/2.0/repositories/{workspace}/{repo_slug}/pipelines/ - Atlassian Developer

Hope this information helps.

Cheers,
Ronald

Hi, what came to my mind first... 

maybe try to git push at the end of the first pipeline (or run script with git commands) witch trigger a pipeline in second repo? 

Hi urban,


This solution create a new commit in another repository.
To bitbucket not provide the integration between two pipelines?

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