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Bamboo specs YAML Error: Could not parse key 'null' plan key

Hi

For the past couple of days I have been working with bamboo specs in YAML and I'm getting this error message.

17-Apr-2020 16:10:39	There was an error when processing yaml file "bamboo.yaml". File structure is correct, contact Atlassian Support for assistance on resolving this issue.
17-Apr-2020 16:10:39	
17-Apr-2020 16:10:39	Could not parse key 'null'
17-Apr-2020 16:10:39	java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: Could not parse key 'null'
17-Apr-2020 16:10:39		at com.atlassian.bamboo.plan.PlanKeys.getPlanKey(PlanKeys.java:245)

I'm not even remotely sure how I could receive such error unless there is something I'm missing, there isn't too much support for this and the documentation isn't the best, here is my YAML file.

---version: 2
plan:
project-key: SBP
name: TA User Agents key: TAUA
triggers:
- cron: 0 0 12 * * ?
stages:
-
Build Application:
jobs:
-
Build Application
-
Static Testing:
jobs:
-
TA Static Test
-
Push to Test:
jobs:
-
AWS Deploy
- Push to Test
-
Deploy to Docker Environment:
jobs:
-
Deploy Docker
-
Upload to Client BitBucket:
jobs:
-
Upload Splunk App
Build Application:
key: BA
tasks:
-
script: "scripts/BA_RemoveArtifacts.sh"
- script: "scripts/BA_NPMBowerUpdates.sh"
- script: "scripts/BA_MoveLocalKnowlegdeObjects.sh"
- script: "scripts/BA_CombineLocalCOnfigurations.sh"
- script: "scripts/BA_GulpAgain.sh"
- inject-variables: #Pull variables from the final gulp configuration
file: app_folder/appserver/build/build_variables.sh
scope: RESULT
namespace: gulp
- script: "scripts/BA_FinishCreation.sh"
- script: "scripts/BA_AppCertificationsTasksChecks.sh"
- script: "scripts/BA_IvanValidator.sh"
- script: "scripts/BA_BuildSPL.sh"
- script: "scripts/BA_PerformLocalizationTemplate.sh"

requirements
:
-
AppInspect
artifacts:
-
name: Add-Ons
pattern: "add-ons_to_main/*.spl"
shared: true
- name: Additional App Inspect
pattern: "**/app_inspect_*"
shared: true
- name: AppInspect HTML Output
pattern: "**/*_app_certification*.html"
shared: true
- name: AppValidation
pattern: "av.tar.gz"
shared: true
- name: compiledSplunkApp
pattern: "*.spl"
shared: true
- name: Full_Report
pattern: "**/*full_report*.html"
shared: true
- name: KatalonTests.
pattern: "**/web_tests.tgz"
shared: true
- name: Localization
pattern: generated_messages.pot
shared: true
- name: Plan Variables
pattern: "**/*build_variables.sh"
shared: true
- name: Test App
pattern: "*-test.tar.gz"
shared: true
TA Static Test:
key: TAST
tasks:
-
inject-variables: #Pull variables from the final gulp configuration
file: "app_validation/appserver/tests/build_variables.sh"
scope: RESULT
namespace: gulp
- script: "scripts/TAST_RunSplunkAppInspectTests.sh"
-
test-parser: #Validate App Results
type: junit
test-results: "**/pyunit_app_inspect_app_certification_ta.xml"
requirements:
-
AppInspect
AWS Deploy:
key: AWS
tasks:
-
script: "scripts/AWSD_UploadBitBucket.sh"
Push to Test:
key: PTT
tasks:
-
inject-variables: #Inject Variables
file: "app_validation/appserver/tests/build_variables.sh"
scope: RESULT
namespace: gulp
-
script: "scripts/PTT_PushTest.sh"
Deploy Docker:
key: DD
tasks:
- script: "scripts/DD_CreateVariablesFile.sh"
-
inject-variables: #Inject Testing Variables
file: config_testing_docker_variables.sh
scope: LOCAL
namespace: inject
- script: "scripts/DD_SpinUpCurrentVersion.sh"
- script: "scripts/DD_TestCurrentVersion.sh"
- script: "scripts/DD_SpinDownRemoveCurrentVersion.sh"
- test-parser: #Check current version
type: junit
test-results: "**/JUnit_Report.xml, **/Btool_Junit.xml"
- script: "scripts/DD_SpinUpPreviousVersion.sh"
- script: "scripts/DD_TestPreviousVersion.sh"
- test-parser: #Check previous version type:
junit test-results: "**/JUnit_Report.xml, **/Btool_Junit.xml"
requirements:
-
Katalon
final-tasks:
-
script: "scripts/DD_StopAll"
Upload Splunk App:
key: USA
tasks:
-
script: "scripts/USA_UploadBitBucket.sh"

 The document structure is correct according to the error log, I'd appreciate any help thanks!

1 answer

0 votes

There's no plan key 

 

---
version: 2
plan:
project-key: SBP
name: TA User Agents key: TAUA
key: YOURKEY
....

Actually: missing line break:

 

name: TA User Agents key: TAUA

Apologies, but I actually did have a plan key specified on a new line, when pasting the code in I had to insert all the new lines manually and missed this one, but here is what I have

 

Screen Shot 2020-04-20 at 10.33.50 AM.png

It looks like parser can't see new line. Can you try to change order of tags and put key after project-key for example. Just to be sure it's definitely new line

I put the key tag below the project-key tag and I'm still getting the error. I added an attachment of part of the error and what I changed.Screen Shot 2020-04-22 at 10.53.57 AM.pngScreen Shot 2020-04-22 at 10.54.13 AM.png

What's your Bamboo version?

I am using 6.10.4

It should be compatible with YAML v2

I see strange path at stacktrace

com.mhackner.bamboo.Configuration.addDefaultValues(Configuration.java:53)

It's not Bamboo source code. Do you have an idea why does it printed at error message?

Nothing comes to mind as to why I'd be receiving that error, do you have any potential ideas?

Please raise support request so our engineers can gather more information about environment and application logs to investigate this issue

Okay, how exactly do I raise support request?

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