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Creating a tag during build does not trigger the tag pipeline

Creating a tag during build does not trigger the tag pipeline

I do use semantic-release in on my master

as per my bitbucket-pipelines.yml I added a tags section for build (which can be triggered when the tag is created manually)

I would like that my semantic-release trigger the second pipeline.

Any ideas ? 

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Hi @Meher Gara,

I assume that you don't have a command to create a tag in the bitbucket-pipelines.yml file, but the tag is created by semantic-release?

I suggest checking two things first:

1) After the tag gets created, does the Pipelines build push back to the Bitbucket repo?

When a Pipelines build runs on a certain branch, then a Docker container starts, this specific branch of the Bitbucket repo gets cloned inside the Docker container and then the script of the yaml file runs.

If a tag gets created during the build, it will get created in the clone of the repo inside the Docker container, and not in the Bitbucket repo.

I am not familiar with semantic-release and I'm not sure if it can be configured to push tags to the Bitbucket repo.

However, you can add the following command in your bitbucket-pipelines.yml file, in the script of the step where the tag gets created (after the command that creates the tag), and the tag will get pushed to the Bitbucket repo:

git push origin --tags

2) Assuming that the tag gets created by semantic-release, do the tag names follow a certain pattern?

And does that pattern match the pattern you specified in the tags definition in the bitbucket-pipelines.yml file?

Kind regards,

Indeed the tag is created but it's not pushed.

Thanks for the support ! 

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You are very welcome, I'm glad to have helped!

Please feel free to reach out if you ever need anything else.

Kind regards,

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