The Interval Trigger is used to specify that an integration should be run periodically, after a certain amount of time. By default, an integration will only be triggered if modifications have been detected since the last integration. The trigger can also be configured to force a build even if no changes have occurred to source control. The items to watch for modifications are specified with Source Control Blocks.
Like all triggers, the intervalTrigger must be enclosed within a triggers element in the appropriate Project Configuration Block.
Available from version 1.0
1<intervalTrigger name="continuous" seconds="30" buildCondition="ForceBuild" initialSeconds="30" />
|buildCondition||The condition that should be used to launch the integration. By default, this value is IfModificationExists, meaning that an integration will only be triggered if modifications have been detected. Set this attribute to ForceBuild in order to ensure that a build should be launched regardless of whether new modifications are detected.|| String - one of:
* NoBuild * IfModificationExists * ForceBuild
|initialSeconds||The delay (in seconds) from CCNet startup to the first check for modifications.||Double||No||Defaults to the IntervalSettings value.||1.4|
|seconds||The number of seconds after an integration cycle completes before triggering the next integration cycle.||Double||No||60||1.0|
|name||The name of the trigger. This name is passed to external tools as a means to identify the trigger that requested the build.||String||No||IntervalTrigger||1.1|
This trigger replaces the PollingIntervalTrigger and the ForceBuildIntervalTrigger.
Documentation generated on Monday, 26 May 2014 at 7:18:04 AM