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Publish Release Manual Trigger to Sonatype

  1. When a PO (Product Owner) or a Team Leader navigates to Publish a release from here ->, the workflow from /workflow/release-published.yml job is triggered.
  2. When a release is triggered, the workflow file will stop after Setup step and an email will be sent out to the list of approvers mentioned in job manual_trigger_deployment. You can click on the link and perform anyone of the options mentioned in description.
  3. A minimum of 2 approvers are needed in order for the other jobs such as deploy_maven, deploy_javadocs, publish_to_github_packages, etc to be executed.
  4. When you view the GitHub PR, make sure to verify the version which is being published. It should say something like Deploying v4.20.0 to sonatype