After a pipeline's YAML file is committed to a repository, add the repository to Pipelines through the UI. The Pipelines platform then watches for changes (job additions, edits or deletes) through source control webhooks. YAML changes are automatically synced and are reflected in the UI immediately.
After the pipeline source successfully syncs the YAML file, select Applications | My Pipelines to view the the pipeline.
In the Pipelines view:
Each resource is shown as a circular icon
Clicking a resource displays information specific to that resource
Clicking the YAML icon → Resources tab displays the
resourcesdefinition for the pipeline
A resource that automatically triggers a step is represented by a solid line (see below). This changes to a dashed line when the
trigger tag for an input resource is set as
false. For more information, see Automatic Trigger.
Resetting Resource Versions
If a resource is in an invalid state, you have the option to reset it, which delete all previous versions of the resource. For example, when a source repository invalidates the SHA that is used by a GitRepo resource.
To reset a resource:
In the Pipelines view, click the resource and then click the Reset button.