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Bamboo REST API get list of responsible people on failed build result Edited

Have been googling for this for a little while now, searching atlassian community articles, and digging through Bamboo REST API documentation. There doesn't seem to be a way to get the list of responsible people on a build result e.g. when a build result is in a failed state? Is there any way to get the list of responsible people for a given build result?

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Hi @Brad Lajoie,

We don't have a REST endpoint to return this information and for this reason I've created this feature request: [BAM-20239] REST API to check responsibility from a broken build - Create and track feature requests for Atlassian products.

I also created the below query in case you want to extract this information programatically from the Bamboo DB:

SELECT
A.*,
"USERNAME",
"USER_WHO_UPDATED",
BUILD_TYPE,
CREATED_DATE,
BUILD_KEY,
BUILD_NUMBER,
BUILD_STATE,
LIFE_CYCLE_STATE,
BUILD_DATE,
BUILD_CANCELLED_DATE,
BUILD_COMPLETED_DATE,
TRIGGER_REASON,
REBUILD
FROM
"AO_7A45FB_AOTRACKING_USER" TU
LEFT JOIN
AUTHOR A ON A.LINKED_USER_NAME=TU."USERNAME"
JOIN
"AO_7A45FB_AOTRACKING_RESULT" TR ON TR."LINKED_TRACKING_ENTRY_ID"=TU."LINKED_TRACKING_ENTRY_ID"
JOIN
BUILDRESULTSUMMARY ON BUILDRESULTSUMMARY_ID="RESULT_SUMMARY_ID"

 Please notice that some names are in quotes because those tables/columns are in capital letter in Postgres (which is the DB I used in my tests) so you may need small adjustments depending on your DB type.

I hope that helps.

Awesome, thanks Daniel! That SQL will probably work for us for the time being. Will keep an eye on BAM-20239

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Good to know! =]

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