We have a gitlab enterpise that host multiple project in one repo. Something like:


We have three pipelines that will run base on changes(whitelist region) when polling. They will start polling when received a curl via the notifyCommit? in another job.

However, the pipeline can only work on branch that is run previously.

I have also try to use parameters $branch on branch to build and update the curl job with parameters like:


but, it still will only poll the last run branch.

Does anyone know how we can have the declarative pipeline to poll multiple branches and run only base on whitelist directory changes?

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    Have you tried using a multibranch pipeline job? See jenkins.io/doc/book/pipeline/multibranch
    – mghicks
    Nov 21 '17 at 18:13
  • Yes, I definitely recommend the multibranch pipeline plugin. You can also filter by branch name if there is a common naming convention.
    – Preston Martin
    Nov 16 '18 at 15:18

One could use the PollSCM plugin.


triggers { pollSCM('H 4/* 0 0 1-5') }

The pollSCM trigger is only available in Jenkins 2.22 or later.

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