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build multi module maven project using pipelines Edited

Hello, I have multi module maven project (using Java). I am using bitbucket pipelines to build/deploy the modules to AWS beanstalk.

A (common)

 |-- B

 |-- C

Lets say module A is is the base common module. Then B and C are independent, but both depends on module A. So if I do change code in module B, it should NOT build module C definitely. (it might build module A again, which I don't mind. But ideally it should not build module A too).

How can I achieve this using maven and pipelines? Pipeline should be able to recognize what module has been changed by the commit and fire the right maven command to build only that module. If module A code has been changed, then it should build all the A,B,C modules. Right now, I clean and package the whole project ALWAYS as the first step and then 2 parallel, manual triggers to deploy the module B and C. It works, but it is not the optimal solution since B and C are independent modules.


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