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How to have one pipelines trigger another pipeline

Hi. I'm evaluating a new SCM + CI server for my company. I'm looking at Bitbucket Pipelines as well as Bamboo. Bitbucket Pipelines looks more suited as we prefer a cloud hosted solution.

One thing I cannot see in the documentation for Bitbucket Pipelines is how to have one pipeline trigger another... dependent pipelines.

This is documented for Bamboo here but I cannot see how this would be done in Bitbucket Pipelines.

Please could you advise if this is possible, and if so how one would go about doing it in Pipelines.

Thanks!

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Found the answer here and here.

I guess the only remaining question is do you guys have a rough idea of when this might become available?

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