Azure DevOps 2 pipelines on 1 project

McAninch, Robin 51 Reputation points
2021-12-06T23:02:43.323+00:00

Hi. I have a project that has a Master branch that I set up a build and deploy successfully that had 2 tasks (Test and Prod). I want to have a Master Branch with the build/release and a Test Branch with a build/release such that I can work in TEST and do repeated builds without adding to the Master branch. I cloned the existing build and release and thought that I could just remove Test from one and Master from the other and have 2 yaml definition files in the same project but this isn't working. They seem to still be linked and while named different they aren't right. How would you set up 2 build/release pipelines TEST and Master for the same project.

The project is an .Net Core web api if that matters and we are using DevOps on prem 2019 version. The yaml seems good and builds but I cannot get TEST to be TEST and Master to be Master.

Thank you.

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  1. Dave Patrick 426K Reputation points MVP
    2021-12-06T23:09:02.603+00:00

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