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Promoting changes from development to production

Hi, 

We are using a lot of customization and many adds-on including script runner. We  are trying to automate the process of promoting the changes form development to production as much as possible in a clean way. Currently, using project configurator or configuration manager still requires a lot of manual work that we are not satisfied with. 

Is there any way to achieve this? and what is the best way to manage the dev/prod environments. 

 

 

Thanks

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Hi! 

I use gitflow (dev and master branch) and script editor for the deploying the automation (scipts) to production. 

About changes in workflow, unfortunately we do as manual steps. 

 

I am also, interested to the automation that changes.

Can you elaborate more on your way using gitflow to deploy automation scripts to production ?

 

Thanks

Sure, that's easy. 

I have 2 branches - dev and master. 

Master is restricted. 

 

Everyone can create a new branch and do git checkout on test env. 

 <jira-home>/scripts

and for test env everyone can do checkout and git pull from service account via ssh access. 

The scripts located in gitlab. 

Once everything is ok, on prod env we have access only for the 3 users, they can git pull. + 1 service account, which account automatically do git pull from master branch after commit event, merge. 

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Hi @Reab 

You are on the right track by using Project Configurator or Configuration Manager.

Have you looked at the Project Configurator APIs to automate various functions?

Ravi 

Hi @Ravi Sagar _Adaptavist_ , 

the problem with project configurator is a lot of rudiments, do you think in nearest future will it be better for that? 

 

Maybe I use a lot of automation ? 

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