Chain of dependencies in Bamboo



We have 4 projects. They are dependant one on another in following way:



We want to have the ability to chain them in bamboo, so that when build A finishes, it would start next one in the line (B, then C and finally D).

Another important thing is that anybody checks in anything to any of the above git repositories, we want for Bamboo to pick up the change and start the build process automatically. 

i.e. somebody pushes a change to project B, bamboo picks it up and starts following build in order:

1) B

2) C

3) D


Thus far this works for us fine. Problems start to arise, when somebody pushes changes to more than one git repo at the same time. Build order is no longer preserved and you can see failing of the builds often times, as changes are very often dependant on each other.


Is there a way to solve this issue we are experiencing?

We've set it up using Plan configuration -> Dependencies


Bamboo version is 5.3



1 answer

Have you tried dependency blocking strategy ? in dependencies tab


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