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Renaming package references breaks auto-release-creation and channel version rules #4953

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MJRichardson opened this issue Oct 8, 2018 · 2 comments

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commented Oct 8, 2018

Problem:
When using script step package references (introduced in Octopus 2018.8) for auto-release-creation or channel-version-rules, the package-reference name is used. If the package-reference is re-named, these rules no longer work as expected.

Solution:
We will add an ID field to the package-references, and use this rather than the name. Re-naming the package-reference will still break any external references (build-server plugins, etc), but we warn about this.

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commented Oct 23, 2018

Release Note: In 2018.8 it was possible to corrupt auto-release-creation and channel rules by renaming package references on script steps

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