Chapter 16 discussed how to create new build definitions and how to run and track the status of your builds. After you start using automated builds, you will soon find that you want to do more than what is included in the default build process templates.
There are two levels of customization. The first level is to modify the existing process parameters of the build definition, as we explained in Chapter 16. You can, for example, control the level of logging, if the build should produce output, and so on. This doesn’t require any changes to the template. The second level is when you need to add new functionality that ...
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