How to update the source to the latest version before every build?

I have a project A with a dependency to project B.
A has subversion path http://host/RepoA/Trunk, revision 10
B has subversion path http://host/RepoB/Trunk, revision 50
Those are different subversion repositories.
Project A is only built if project B was successfully built.


If I commit a change into project A, which will create revision 11, project
B will be built before A, since there is this dependency.

If Project B still has revision 50, Project A will use revision 10(Because those were the revision
which were used for the last build).
In my case this is wrong. I want Project A to use the current revision(11 in this case)
in order to build the project.

Is it possible to set this behaviour in order to get always the latest source of a repository used?

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Hello Manuel,

TeamCity should work as you described, that means Project A should take last (11) version. Could you provide information how did you set up your snapshot (or artifact) dependencies?

regards

Zdenek

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