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Run a Bamboo build when releasing a version
Releasing a new version of software usually involves a number of tasks, such as releasing the version in Jira Software, building and testing, merging code, creating tags, creating branches, labeling builds, etc. If you have connected Jira Software to Atlassian's Bamboo, you can trigger these tasks to run automatically at the release of a version in Jira Software.
When you release a Jira Software version, you will have the option of selecting a Bamboo plan and specifying which stages in the plan to run. Releasing the version will run the plan in Bamboo. If the plan is successful, the version will be released on Jira Software. Otherwise, the version will not be released.
Before you begin
You must be a project administrator for the project that the version is in. See Permissions overview for more information.
Running a Bamboo build when releasing a version
Go to the project that your version is in, and then click Releases > your desired version.
On the version page, click the Release button.
The release build dialog will be displayed.
Enter the build details for the release:
Choose this option if you do not want to run a Bamboo build, i.e. you only want to release the version in Jira Software.
Choose this option if you want to run a Bamboo build that has not been started:
Choose this option, if you want to run a Bamboo build that is in progress and has been paused at an optional stage:
5. Click Release. The Bamboo build will run. If it is successful, the version will be released. If not, you can choose to run it again, or select a different plan.
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