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We are managing our releases with repository tags and in order to handle release reversion in case there is any issue in the published release we need to run the deployment pipeline on the previous release tags. Currently in the interface and in the documentation I can't find any way of doing so. Is there anyway or any other alternative solution to this problem?
Hi @Syahrul thanks for responding!
I explored different things and found a solution to run custom pipeline on a tag. A tag actually is a commit, so open up that commit and in the commit detail view there is an option to run a pipeline, we can use that option and run any pipeline on this tag.
Hi @Ahmed Faraz
I believe it's not possible to run a custom pipeline on a repositories tags.
If you previously deploy you can roll back the deployment by locating the previous build that is using the tags and having the issue. The clicking redeploy will roll back the previous build.
I hope this helps.