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Build Configuration describes a class of builds of a particular type, or a procedure used to create builds. Examples of build configurations are integration builds, release builds, nightly builds, and others. To learn more about build configurations in TeamCity, refer to the Build Configuration page.
Creating New Build Configuration
Creating Build Configuration Template
To learn more about build configuration templates, refer to the Build Configuration Template page.
Creating Build Configuration From Template
To create a build configuration based on the template, on the Project settings page locate the desired template and click Edit. Then, click the Create Build Configuration From Template button and specify the name for new configuration. The settings set up in the template cannot be edited in a configuration created from this template. If you want to change them, modify them in the template's settings. However, note that this will affect all configurations based on this template.
Creating Maven Build Configuration
To create new build configuration automatically from the
When the new Maven configuration is created, any further configuring is similar to editing an ordinary build configuration.
Refer to Maven documentation on the SCM Implementation for the following supported version control systems:
Maven SCM URL Format
The general format for a SCM Url is
As delimiter you can use either colon ':' or, if you use a colon for one of the variables (for example, a windows path), you can use a pipe '|'.
For more information, please refer to the official Maven SCM documentation page.
In TeamCity you can use simplified SCM URL format:
Examples of the SCM URL for Supported SCM Providers
The following URLs will be considered as equal: