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I am relatively new to jira and the automation it allows. I currently setting up a trigger to kick off a task when I end the sprint to create a release branch off of master.
What I am wanting to try and do is have jira/bitbucket automatically create this release branch for me, if it is possible, when I end the sprint. It would also be cool if it could automatically update the version as well, but that could just be a pipe dream. I have been googling around and cannot seem to find anything saying you can or cannot.
Our setup basically has a master branch: when an issue is created, they branch off master, do the work, create a pull request, and it gets merged back into master. When the sprint ends, I create the release branch off of master to have a historical static entity of what work was done up to that point and to give a point to build off of to send out to the customers for testing on their end.
Hi @Zach Smith
Here's some quick links to working with BitBucket in Automation for Jira. You'll find Automation in your Project or Global Settings.
Hope that helps!
Automation for Jira doesn't offer dedicated actions for Bitbucket.
But, because the AFJ framework is extensible, do this:
(Discl. The recommended app is developed by my team. It is paid, supported and offers a solution where the built-in capabilities are not sufficient.)
Hi @Aron Gombas - you can find more info here on the dedicated BitBucket actions we support in Automation for Jira: