Running a plan build manually


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Typically in Bamboo, your build plans are configured to be automatically triggered when code changes are committed to the working repository, or according to a schedule.

However, there can be scenarios where you do not want the plan to be automatically triggered:

  • The plan should only ever be run manually.
  • You want to choose the revision of the default repository that should be used for the build.
  • You want to run a customized build, so as to override global variables or plan variables.
  • You want to select particular manual stages to run.
  • You want the plan to be triggered by other plans that build successfully first.
This page describes how to run a plan build manually, and the options available when running a customized plan build.

Running a plan build manually

To start a plan build manually:

  1. Locate the relevant plan on the Dashboard.

  2. Click the Run icon for the plan.

Alternatively, if you are viewing the plan, simply click the Run menu.

Running a customized manual build

If you trigger a plan build manually, you can customize the following aspects of how the plan is run (when these are available):

  • Choose the revision of the default repository that should be used.
  • Override any global variables or plan variables with your own parameters when triggering a build manually. This is referred to as running a 'parameterized plan build'.
  • Select which manual stages to run, if manual stages have been configured for the plan.

To run a customized plan build:

  1. Locate the relevant plan on the Dashboard.
  2. Click the plan name to go to the Plan Summary.
  3. Choose Run > Run Customized.
  4. Customize the following aspects of the plan:


    Choose a repository revision to use for the build.


    • You can only choose revisions from the default repository.
    • The build is not included in plan statistics or telemetry.
    • SVN repositories use the revision number
    • Perforce projects use the changelist number
    • Git repositories use the changeset number
    • Mercurial repositories use the tag


    Note for Subversion repositories that make use of externals

    When running a build with a custom revision on a Subversion repository with externals, Bamboo will
    choose the latest revision in the external repository. This is because Subversion externals always use the latest
    version and cannot be fixed at a specific revision. 

    Build VariablesClick Override a variable to choose another variable to override.
    ステージChoose the stages that should be run.
  5. Click Run.

最終更新日 2020 年 11 月 23 日




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