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Manually starting a deployment

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You can start a deployment manually if you are not using branches and are working directly in rulesets. You can also start a deployment manually if you do not want deployments to start automatically when branches are merged.

Do the following steps:

  1. If you do not want deployments to start automatically when branches are merged:

    1. If the pipeline is not open, in the navigation pane, click Pipelines Application pipelines
    2. Click Pipeline model.
    3. Select the Trigger deployment on merge check box.
  2. Do one of the following actions:

    • If the pipeline that you want to start is open, click Start deployment.
    • Click Pipelines , and then click Start deployment for the pipeline that you want to start.
  3. In the Start deployment dialog box, start a new deployment or deploy an existing application by completing one of the following actions:

    • To deploy a new application package, go to step 3.
    • To deploy an application that is on a cloud repository, go to step 4.
  4. To start a deployment and deploy a new application package, do the following steps:

    1. Click Generate new artifact.

    1. In the Deployment name field, enter the name of the deployment.

    2. Click Deploy.

    3. Go to step 5.

  5. To start a deployment and deploy an application package that is on a cloud repository, do the following steps:

    1. Click Deploy an existing artifact.

    2. In the Deployment name field, enter the name of the deployment.

    3. In the Select a repository field, press the Down arrow key and select the repository.

    4. In the Select an artifact field, press the Down arrow key and select the application package.

  6. Click Deploy.

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