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Remove unnecessary downstream builds from mongodb connector #509

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b-admike opened this issue Apr 24, 2019 · 2 comments

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commented Apr 24, 2019

Description/Steps to reproduce

Related to #503

Right now in mongodb connector, we have some downstream builds that run and fail, but should not affect the build status for patches on the connector. We need to remove those downstream builds. On the same note, mongodb build on node 6.x and windows needs to have its mongodb version updated.

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  • Remove the following downstream builds from monogdb connector:
[cis-jenkins] downstream: bluemix-metering@develop Failed! (97bb9b3)
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[cis-jenkins] downstream: bluemix-service-broker@develop Failed! (97bb9b3)
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[cis-jenkins] downstream: plan-manager@develop Failed! (97bb9b3)
  • Update the mongodb version on Windows machine (using node 6.x) to the latest version

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Fix CI on OPERATOR_NOT_ALLOWED_IN_QUERY #503

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@dhmlau dhmlau added 2019Q2 ci and removed needs-priority labels Apr 24, 2019

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commented May 7, 2019

Remove the following downstream builds from monogdb connector

I've tested it with a test PR and verified that the downstreams were removed.

Update the mongodb version on Windows machine (using node 6.x) to the latest version

Since we've dropped the tests for Node.js 6, this is no longer needed.

Closing this task as done.

@dhmlau dhmlau closed this May 7, 2019

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