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Accessing shared credentials API

I'm a maintainer of a Bamboo plugin.

I want to expose to the users the shared credentials in the plugin's jobs. Users will define "Username and password" shared credentials in the global Bamboo configuration as usual and they will have an option to use in in the plugin's jobs.

How can I access defined shared credentials using TaskContext or some other API?



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Alexey Chystoprudov
Atlassian Team
Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
Oct 01, 2020

For reference you can look at implementation details of Bamboo Docker task at

General idea:

use com.atlassian.bamboo.credentials.CredentialsAccessor to list shared credentials of given type

Then keep its id at task config

When job is sent to agent you need to provide RuntimeTaskContext which translates shared credential id to username\password which your task will use at runtime

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