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    groovy scripted task management and calculated variables

    groovy scripted task management and calculated variables

    Groovy Scripted Variables

    Conditioned scripted jobs

    Dynamic Tasks Switcher

    script: if (repository_git_branch_0.equalsIgnoreCase("master")) return "true";

    Dynamic Tasks De-Activation

    Switch tasks on or off, you decide which

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    Dynamic scripted variables:

    • any variable containing the following pattern will be calculated

      script: if (repository_git_branch_0.equalsIgnoreCase("master")) return "true";

    Conditioned scripted jobs

    Dynamic Tasks De-Activation

    On each job you can enter a groovy that will be evaluated.

    If return is "true" some tasks having a description matching a configurable regular expression will be disabled.

    Dynamic Tasks Switcher

    On each job you can enter a groovy that will be evaluated and should return a regular expression

    Any task having a description matching this regular expression will be set accordingly to your request.

    Eg: Assuming we have 2 tasks in our plan: master, feature

    We can use the following groovy script that will return expressions to match the tasks based on which is the current branch.

    if (repository_git_branch_0.equalsIgnoreCase("master")) return "master";

    return "feature";

    If in the settings we have placed Desired state as Enabled the plugin will enable each task

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    by Richard Cross on 2016-09-26
    Looks like a great feature, but linked documentation is poor - no examples, just screenshots with empty boxes in them. Wiki in Bitbucket is also completely empty. My search for some working examples continues.
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    by Julien Tognazzi on 2016-07-07
    This plugin adds a lot of new possibilities, very usefull !
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    by Marek Ozaist on 2016-02-25
    Problem is that if all tasks are disabled in job, entire plan will be red (for example Dynamic Tasks De-Activation). The only solution I know is to use Groovy REGEX calculator and disable all tasks except some empty job
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    by Dawei Wang on 2016-01-22
    Good plugin, for those who have issue with injected variable, since it's groovy binding names will be like inject.var1 and it's a invalid variable name. The issue can be worked around as this.'inject.var1'.
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    by Alex Wolden on 2015-09-28
    I was excited to try and give this a shot, but my use-case involves using variables injected from this plugin: https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/com.atlassian.bamboo.plugins.bamboo-variable-inject-plugin, and this plugin doesn't seem to pick up on injected variables. I have tried multiple different ways of attacking the problem through scripted variables and multiple stages. If anyone has any idea how to use injected variables with this plug-in, it would be a massive help. Other than that issue, the plugin seems to work great.
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    Hutuleac Iulius

    Hi Alex,

    I had a look, the plugin is fired before any tasks are executed in Pre stage. This means that no tasks are executed before the plugin so no variables are being loaded from file at the time of Dynamic plan computation.

    If you drop me a feature request on GitHub with a bit more details on what you would like to achieve maybe I can implement it.


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    Version 3.0.8 Bamboo Server 5.9.0 - 5.13.2 Released 2016-08-02


    adding setting under Misc configuration that will disable DSL processing


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    2. Click the admin dropdown and choose Atlassian Marketplace. The Manage add-ons screen loads.
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    7. Click Apply license. If you're using an older version of UPM, you can copy and paste the license into your Bamboo instance.

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