Last updated: Jan 08, 2020 15:13
3 | Add a Maven building agent to the Bamboo plan
For a Maven building agent to run the automation package, you need to add the Maven building agent to the Bamboo plan.
When the plan creation completes, select Actions > Configure plan to continue the plan configuration.Click to view image
- On the Configuration page, under Stages & Jobs, select Default Stage > Default Job.
On the Tasks tab, click Add Task to add a new task.Click to view image
In the Tasks types form, select the proper version of Maven.Click to view image
On the task configuration page, provide the required Maven information. This includes the building goals and desired system properties that you want Maven to use.
The passing values can be Bamboo built-in or customized variables.Click to view image
- Click Save to save the Maven task.
4 | Set Bamboo customized variables
Bamboo lets you set customized variables on the Variables tab. You can later refer to these variables with
- On the Configuration page, on the Variables tab, provide the variable name and value for each variable you want to add.
Click Add.Click to view image
5 | Set Bamboo plan triggers
You need to set the triggers that start a run of the Bamboo plan.
On the Configuration page, on the Triggers tab, click Add trigger.Click to view image
- Configure the trigger as needed. The following triggers are the ones most often used:
Scheduled: If you want your automation package run at a specific time, select the Scheduled trigger type.
In the Schedule editor form, specify the interval and time that you want your script to run.Click to view image
Repository polling: If you want your script to run whenever a designated repository is updated, select the Repository Polling trigger type.
Select how often you want polling to occur and which repository is polled. You can also specify that polling should occur after any other plan has passed.Click to view image
6 | Run the Bamboo plan manually at any time
Select Run > Run plan.Click to view image