In case I setup the phase to development environment I can still trigger a deployment to production environment nothing prevents me to define production environment to target environment in Nolio plugin. Is this intentional?
To workaround this we did not come up with anything that having 2 endpoints where the other has access to production environments and the other has access to development environments. If then adding the remote application on both endpoints it will create duplicate applications.
The Phase has been set to execute against the Env1 environment. However, in the Run Deployment Nolio task we can run it against the Env2 environment.
Release : 8.0.0
Component : CDD RELEASE DESIGN & EXECUTION
CDD can only limit the usage of a specific endpoint in a specific environment. If the endpoint allows deployment in other environments, CDD cannot enforce it. The endpoint user can be limited to the environment. For example, if the user used by the Endpoint does not have access to Env2 (in Nolio) then the task fails - as shown below:
It is considered best practice to setup tasks that have input fields targeting Environments to utilize the %cdd.phase_environment token.