I would like to release a version of our software in JIRA and link it to an existing build.
In a straight forward approach I clicked on "Release" with an existing Build...
and then I hit a Dead End, because I get:
No builds found with unbuilt manual stages.</fieldset>
isn't it possible to just link it with an existing build?
reading the manual also doesn't helped, what is an unbuild manual stage?
I only have one stage in my build.
Then I tried to link it with a new Build, but how can i select a branch? (bamboo already is building the branch I need.
I first encountered your frustration point 6+ months ago. To this day, Atlassian has provided no resolution https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/BAM-12099nor have they suggested a good alternative. Feel free to express your displeasure, not that it would do any good.
This was quite the blocker issue for us so we just abandoned the whole releasing from JIRA workflow. IMO, that was such an inferior idea to what they used to have http://blogs.atlassian.com/2010/09/bamboo_jira_release_management_plugin/.
Seriously Atlassian, I know a large number of users would be in favor of bringing that concept back in some form.
I even want to do something simpler!
Just adding an existing build to a release?!?!?!
If i click "link to existing build" I assume I get a list of available builds from the bamboo server, I select on, click ok and thats it!!
whats the point in using an "paused build" or whatever this is...
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