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Can you make templates for resources and combine it with steps in a YAML pipeline?

Asked By: Anonymous

I have a pipeline that has a section like this that lists the pipelines that would trigger the pipeline.

resources:
  # List all the microservice pipelines to be watched plus infrastructure, the pipeline name is the name
  # of the stack.  Note template-maven and template-gradle are not to be part of this build.
  pipelines:
    - pipeline: auth
      project: services
      source: auth
      branch: master
      trigger:
        branches:
          include:
            - master
    - pipeline: ai
      project: services
      source: artificial-intelligence
      branch: master
      trigger:
        branches:
          include:
            - master
    - pipeline: ui
      project: frontend
      source: ui CI
      branch: master
      trigger:
        branches:
          include:
            - master

I then have a job with the following steps (because deployment pulls all files, I just need one folder from each pipeline

      - job: publishDeploymentPipelineFiles
        condition: not(canceled())
        steps:
          - checkout: none
          - download: auth
            artifact: drop
          - download: ai
            artifact: drop
          - download: ui
            artifact: drop

What I am hoping for is some form of template that does

  steps:
    - checkout: none
    - template: pull-deployment-manifests.yml
      parameters:
        sources:
        - project: services
          source: auth
          stackName: auth
        - project: services
          source: artificial-intelligence
          stackName: ai
        - project: frontend
          source: ui CI
          stackName: ui

Which only lists the project and CI pipeline and create the appropriate pipeline ID from stackName and create the resources and the steps.

My workaround right now is to create a project that takes a CSV containing those items and generating the azure-pipelines.yml


Solution

Answered By: Anonymous

As far as I know you can’t dynamically create resources. So you create this

  steps:
    - checkout: none
    - template: pull-deployment-manifests.yml
      parameters:
        sources:
        - project: services
          source: auth
          stackName: auth
        - project: services
          source: artificial-intelligence
          stackName: ai
        - project: frontend
          source: ui CI
          stackName: ui

and run checkout inside the template unless you defined resources with those names on root level.

As documentation says here:

Resources are defined at one place and can be consumed anywhere in your pipeline.

techinplanet staff

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