Run next pipeline action

Run pipeline with a pipeline

One application may consist of several services. The most common is the division into frontend and backend. Usually, each service is served from a separate repository, which means they occupy two different projects. The action called Run next pipeline lets you create advanced workflows, where several pipelines interact with each other across the whole workspace. For example, you can use it to release the frontend of the application once the backend has been successfully deployed:

Pipeline examplePipeline example

Adding 'Run next pipeline'

When adding the action you need to specify:

  1. The pipeline to be triggered
  2. The comment that will be added to the newly executed pipeline
  3. The revision with which the pipeline will be run. You can choose:

    • The HEAD revision of the branch to which the second pipeline is assigned
    • The same revision that was used to trigger the parent execution. This is especially useful if both pipelines operate within one repository
  4. Whether the parent pipeline should wait until the triggered pipeline finishes, or run it without waiting for the results.

Please mind you need to have at least 2 concurrent executions set in your plan if you want to run the pipelines at the same time. Otherwise, the second pipeline will be enqueued and run only after the first one has finished.

Setting a trigger conditionSetting a trigger condition

Passing parameters

It is possible to send parameters to the triggered pipeline. The option is available in the Variables tab: Adding variablesAdding variables

For example, if the parent pipeline is triggered when a new tag is pushed to the backend repository, you can pass the value of that tag to the second pipeline in the frontend project: Adding variablesAdding variables

Last modified on April 20, 2021

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