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Bamboo Spec BitbucketServerRepository planRepoitories not created Edited

hi everyone,

we are currently trying to get bamboo spec java running.

Currently we are using Bamboo Server 6.3 and Bitbucket Server 5.7. SSH is enabled and we are using ssh://git@...  as the url format. The ApplicationLink between both Servers is working fine.

I'm trying to setup plan planRepositories running on our Bitbucket Server and want to use the BitbucketServerRepository because then we don't need any polling.

new BitbucketServerRepository()
.repositoryViewer(new BitbucketServerRepositoryViewer())

which results in this exception when i try to publish this:

Exception in thread "main" com.atlassian.bamboo.specs.api.exceptions.BambooSpecsPublishingException: An error occurred while publishing plan PRJ-PLANKEY: Repository SAWL / OurAppRepro not found
at com.atlassian.bamboo.specs.util.BambooServer.translateRestException(
at com.atlassian.bamboo.specs.util.BambooServer.translateException(
at com.atlassian.bamboo.specs.util.BambooServer.publish(
at de.aeins.salesapp.plans.SalesAppBaseSpec.main(
Caused by: com.atlassian.bamboo.specs.exceptions.BambooSpecsRestRequestException: Repository SAWL / OurAppRepro  not found
at com.atlassian.bamboo.specs.util.RestHelper.lambda$sendRequest$2(
at org.apache.http.impl.client.CloseableHttpClient.execute(
at org.apache.http.impl.client.CloseableHttpClient.execute(
at org.apache.http.impl.client.CloseableHttpClient.execute(
at com.atlassian.bamboo.specs.util.RestHelper.sendRequest(
at com.atlassian.bamboo.specs.util.SendQueue$

The debug output returns a status-code 400:

2018-03-15 15:07:22,407 DEBUG [BambooServer] {"message":"Repository SAWL / OurAppRepro not found","status-code":400}


If i change back to the standard GitRepository like:


new GitRepository()
.authentication(new SshPrivateKeyAuthentication(PRIVATE_KEY).passphrase("Password"))
.changeDetection(new VcsChangeDetection());

everything is working fine. Is there any additional stuff required to get the BitbucketServerRepository up and running? 



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solved it. If you have the same problem, check if everything inside the private and public keys in escaped correctly...

Hi @shohns ,
I am facing same issue on bamboo server, when bamboo scans for bamboo specs stored on bitbucket repository then it is failing for creating plan with plan repository. Error : Request to stash failed. Response body is empty and failed with 401.
And If I removed plan repository from bamboo java spec then bamboo built plan but without plan repository.

I am creating plan repository with bitbucketserver repository viewe.

Note : I have provided ssh clone url, ssh public key and ssh private key for respective plan repository but still failing through bitbucket repository stored spec.

Its urgent, could you please help me

Hi @shohns 

I tried to create plan repository using GitRepository in bamboo spec and it is creating plan with plan repo in bamboo. But it is not working with BitBucketServerRepository. I memyioned error in above comment. When I comment .server(app link server name) then spec status shows execution successful but plan is not creating because when i opened log then showing server name eequired.

So what can be issue. Could you please hwlp me if issue is qiyh app link server or ssh keys.

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