Runs a set of child tasks in order. This task is primarily designed for scenarios where execution can take more than more path (e.g. Parallel Task). This is normally not required for tasks directly under the prebuild, tasks or publishers element in a project.
Available from version 1.5
1<sequential> 2 <tasks> 3 <!-- Tasks defined here --> 4 </tasks> 5</sequential>
1<sequential continueOnFailure="true"> 2 <description>Example of how to run multiple tasks in sequence.</description> 3 <tasks> 4 <!-- Tasks defined here --> 5 </tasks> 6</sequential>
|continueOnFailure||Should the tasks continue to run, even if there is a failure?||Boolean||No||false||1.5|
|description||Description used for the visualisation of the buildstage, if left empty the process name will be shown.||String||No||The task/publisher name.||1.5|
|dynamicValues||The dynamic values to use for the task.||Dynamic Values array||No||None||1.5|
|environment|| A set of environment variables set for commands that are executed.
Each variable should be specified as
|Environment Variable array||No|
|tasks||The tasks to run in sequence.||Task And Publisher Blocks array||Yes||n/a||1.5|
Documentation generated on Monday, 26 May 2014 at 7:18:04 AM