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Maven Projects and Continuous Integration Tool - Bamboo for auto build and auto deploy

 
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While I am still hoping someone could help me with my previous ANT related question (the "copy" task does not work), I have a question about auto build and deployment of a Maven project.

The server in use is the WebLogic.  To my understanding, we can manually build a Maven project by giving a command "mvn clean install" in a DOS window at the project root directory.  To deploy the project, the command is "mvn clean install -Pdeploy".

I am going to move to auto build and auto deploy using the Bamboo continuous integration tool.  How do I modify the pom.xml file to achieve automation?  

I am really new in this area.  Please guide me.  Thank you.
 
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I have found Maven auto deployment to WebLogic script here.
 
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