Is there a way to make an Azure DevOps release only publish the actual latest change from a build pipeline

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My two commits were merged to master and both triggered the build pipeline. My release pipeline is configured to always get the "latest" artifact from the build. But the build pipeline for commit SECOND finished first, and 30 seconds later the build for commit FIRST finished.
Is there any way to prevent this situation? I don't want a release to stomp over a more recent change that happened to finish earlier.
Apr 17, 2022 in Other DevOps Questions by Kichu
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