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Bamboo Slack notifications from Java build specs

Im trying to recreate notifications in Bamboo build plan from Java code.

new Notification().type(new XFailedChainsNotification().numberOfFailures(1))
.recipients(new UserRecipient("admin")),

But I want to use Slack channel as recipient. There's no appropriate recipient class in Java library.

There's HipChatRecipient or ImRecipient, but it doesn't look appropriate.

We have Slack support on the server . But how would interaction with it from Java code look like?

 

 

 

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Since Slack integration is not developed by Atlassian, it's not fully supported by Specs. There's however generic support for notification plugins. In case of Slack recipient the code looks like this:

new AnyNotificationRecipient(new AtlassianModule("com.atlassian.bamboo.plugins.bamboo-slack:recipient.slack"))
.recipientString("slack_webhook_url|#channel||")

And a tip:  in Plan edit screen there's an option in 'Actions' menu to view plan as Java Specs. You can use that to figure out how you can achieve things in Specs, which is especially useful in cases like this.

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