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Skipping Package Artifact on Bamboo if no commit is found

We execute plan on daily which integrated with Jenkins. This plan is triggered by deployment of various components. Now on daily basis there are no changes in each of the component, Do we have any way by which we can create the package artifact only for those component which have commits present. For components where we donot have commits point we shall skip package artifact and Jenkins should not be deploying the package and  should proceed with already deployed code base for that respective component.

We basically want to save time for that repeated deployment which doesnt have any change. 

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Hi @Ramandeep Singh ,

You can check if there has been a commit in the last 1 day using "git log" command as below and if it returns 0, you can skip artifact creation.

git log --pretty=format: --name-only --since="1 days ago" | wc -l


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