My octopus project deploys an app but I don’t create an Octopus package for that app. My TeamCity build server only triggers release using the “OctopusDeploy: Create release” built in Octopus step.
In my Octopus project -> Process -> Step: I have the “Script File in Package” filled with package published by different project - the deployment project. From that package I reference powershell file which is used by Octopus to deploy my project. Everything works fine except that I don’t know how to explicitly state the package version. Right now, it looks like Octopus is always using the latest version, but I would like to lock the version to be a specific one. As in example below I would like to be able to put e.g. my-other-project:1.2.3 but it looks like it doesn’t allow me to do it. Deployments complain that such package is missing. I also tried “dot” connector - so: “my-other-project.1.2.3” - this doesn’t work neither.
How can I achieve explicit versioning of referenced package? We’re using the 2020.5.0 Octopus version. Thank you