Running automated tests after pipelines aws deployment

We have a site that uses Pipelines to deploy onto AWS Elastic Beanstalk, is there a way using either AWS and/or Pipelines to trigger automated tests (on Bitbucket) to run post deployment?

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Hi @alexwhiteoval,

A workaround for this problem is to commit to the dependent repo after the deployment has completed to create a new pipeline there to begin the selenium tests. Another option is to manually post a pipeline creation request to the Bitbucket api for the dependent pipeline as detailed here

There's a feature request here and you can comment on it with the specifics of what you would want out of this feature.



I will add to the feature request, thank you

That is correct.


To elaborate: once the first code deploy (web app) has completed, we need to then run the tests (selenium/saucelabs) in another repository in another pipleline.

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Hey @alexwhiteoval,

I'm not sure I fully understand. It sounds like you're trying to deploy code from one repository using a pipeline and, when that pipeline has finished, to run tests stored in another repository in another pipeline. Is that correct?

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