The Deploy All step deploys all project versions (or packages) in the snapshot, taking into account the priority set on the release projects.
The name of the step.
An optional description for the step.
Identifies which group or groups from the snapshot to deploy. The project groups are defined by the pipeline, and tagged on the projects/packages in the release. If no groups are specified, all projects/packages from the snapshot will be included.
|Exclude Project Groups||Skip deploying any projects/packages from the snapshot which are tagged in the release with the selected project group(s). Available project groups are defined by the pipeline.|
|Force Deploy||Whether or not to force deploy the projects. If true, this is equivalent to checking force deploy when individually deploying a project to an environment through the deploy request form. Optionally, use a Groovy expression to make this field dynamic based on some contextual value (e.g. a property defined on the pipeline, and specified on the release).|
An optional Groovy script which determines whether the gate or step is applicable during execution. The script has access to variables and methods listed in the expression drop-down. The script must return true if the gate/step is applicable, or false otherwise. If no script is provided, the default is to return true (applicable).
|Continue||If checked, any failure will be ignored, and the pipeline execution will continue.|
|Notify Pipeline Roles||Selects one or more roles from the pipeline definition to notify in case of error. Default role members are defined on the pipeline, and optional overridden for each release.|
The Deploy All step uses the priority for each project/package contained within the release. If a deployment fails, projects or packages with a higher priority will not be submitted, and the step will fail.
If the projects have FlexFields or Inputs defined, values must be provide on the stage execution info screen. If the values are required and not specified, the underlying workflow execution will fail.