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how to Trigger pipeline just in case the previous one is done


Hi there, I want to know if is there a way to config the pipeline in order that a new trigger just is starts if the previous one was complete.

commit send -> pipeline trigged
- commit send -> wait the previous one finish -> pipeline trigged

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Caroline R Atlassian Team Aug 19, 2021

Hi, @Jhonatan Teodoro! Welcome to the community! 

Yes, there is a way to config pipelines in order that a new trigger just starts if the previous one was completed :) 

Basically, you can now control the pipeline concurrency using Bitbucket deployments.

By tracking your deployments using Bitbucket Deployments, Pipelines will automatically check if there is a deployment in progress before starting a new one to the same environment. If there is already a deployment in progress, later pipelines deploying to the same environment will be paused. 

I hope this helps, but do let me know if you have any questions. 

Kind regards,

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