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Can i get all builds data of a plan through rest api reference in bamboo??

i couldnt able to find any solution for getting all build data in bamboo .it only gives data of latest 25 builds not for all builds.

is there any way to acheive this???

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A common pattern to achieve this is:

  • Get the size of the result set via 'max-results=1'
    https://localhost:8085/rest/api/latest/result/PROJECTKEY-PLANKEY.json?max-results=1
  • Use the output's '$results.size' value to request the entire result set
    https://localhost:8085/rest/api/latest/result/PROJECTKEY-PLANKEY.json?max-results=<$results.size>

Unfortunately there seems to be a bug with this particular API only returning $results.size=1 rather than the actual result set size, see Result resource shows incorrect size of build results (BAM-17961).

Workaround

Using an arbitrary large number (say 1,000,000) that is greater than the actual result set seems to return the actual '$results.size':

  • Get the size of the result set via 'max-results=1000000'
    https://localhost:8085/rest/api/latest/result/PROJECTKEY-PLANKEY.json?max-results=1000000

This returns the actual $results.size=x for me, allowing a proper request for the entire result set in turn.

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