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About Bamboo Build Fail Trigger

Dear All


If the build fails, I use the "After Plan Fail" Trigger in the Plan Configuration / Trigger tab for post-failure processing.

Is there a way to pass the parameter value (build round, normal TEXT) to this "After Plan Fail" plan?

Otherwise, I want to how to handle after the build failure without using "After Plan Fail Trigger".


Please help me.


Best Regards.


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Instead of using "After Plan Fail Trigger", use the add-on Pre-Post Build Command Runner

  1. Shutdown Bamboo
  2. Add the add-on jar into <bamboo_install>/atlassian-bamboo/WEB-INF/lib
  3. Restart Bamboo
  4. Add Script task in the Source Plan to create a file variable.txt with the following example content
  5. Add an Inject Bamboo variables in the Source Plan with property file "variable.txt", "inject" namespace and "Result" option 
  6. Move the Inject Bamboo variables to the Final task area at the bottom
  7. Create Variable "testing1" and "testing2" in the Target plan
  8. Add the following into "Failed Command" at Source Plan Job Miscellaneous > Post Build Commands to POST a REST call to the Target plan
    curl -X POST -u username:${bamboo.password.variable} "http://localhost:8085/rest/api/latest/queue/BAM-TEST?bamboo.variable.testing1=${bamboo.inject.variablename1}&bamboo.variable.testing2=${bamboo.inject.variablename2}"

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