[Bamboo Knowledge Base]
A plan defines everything about your build process, including what gets built, how the build is triggered and what jobs are executed.
This page describes how to:
Note, you need the Create User or Admin global permission to create or clone a plan.
To create a new Bamboo Plan:
Click Create > Create a new plan in the top menu bar. Complete the build plan details on the Configure plan page:
|Project||The name of your build project|
|Plan name||The name of your build plan|
|Plan key||The key for your build plan|
|Plan description||A brief description of the build plan's function or purpose|
Choose from either previously used repositories, or link to a new repository:
If you want to link a new repository, select your code repository host from the options:
|Stash||An enterprise Git repository tool by Atlassian. Learn more...|
|Bitbucket||A free code DVCS hosting site for Git and Mercurial. Learn more...|
A range of other repository hosts is also supported:
You may need to supply additional information depending on your code repository. Go to the next step when done.
If you have previously linked a repository, then you may select it again, search for an alternative host or link a new one. Use the repository picker to select one of your existing linked repositories. Click Configure plan and you are done. You can now configure the tasks required by your build plan and jobs. Learn more about Jobs and tasks for build plans.
Specify access to the repository. You may choose from:
|Allow all users to reuse the configuration of this repository||All user access. This is the default access setting|
|Only you are allowed to reuse the configuration of this repository||Limit access to just yourself|
You can now configure the tasks required by your build plan and jobs. Learn more about Jobs and tasks for build plans.
When you clone an existing plan, you make a copy of that plan and its entire configuration with the exception of any branches.
To clone an existing plan: