We are using Bamboo for CI and need to be able to create projects and plans via the REST API.
I've looked in the network inspector at what the UI does when you add a project etc, but this doesn't really look like APIs we could consume from our application code like we do with the other REST APIs? (e.g. Project permissions).
It is important for us to be able to create at the very least projects from the REST API, which will then enable us to put the relevant permissions in place afterwards. The same would then apply for creating an empty plan, so we can set permissions afterwards too.
If this is a feature gap, please can you let me know how we can get this added?
How about using the Bamboo Specs - https://confluence.atlassian.com/bamboo/bamboo-specs-reference-documentation-894743916.html
You can create projects:
Project project = new Project() .key("PROA") .name("Project A") .description("My Project A with all A-plans");
Plan plan = new Plan(project, "My Plan One", "PLAN1") .description("This is an example of a plan") .enabled(true) .stages(stage1) .triggers(scheduledTrigger) .planBranchManagement(planBranchManagement) .dependencies(planDependencies) .linkedRepositories(myGitRepo) .planRepositories(myBitbucketRepo) .variables(var1, var2);
and much more -
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