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Check Crucible review state from Bamboo

I am interested in using the "plan branch" functionality in Bamboo in order to automatically, build, test and merge feature branches back into a Master branch.

Before merging the feature branch back into the Master branch, I would like Bamboo to check that the Crucible code review associated with that branch has been completed. Is there an easy way to do this in Bamboo?

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Hi Chris,

The configuration you want would require a feature that should trigger a Bamboo build based on an event coming from a Crucible code review completion. Crucible is not capable of doing this out of the box. We have an old post about this that is still valid: Crucible - Upon Review Completion.

Bamboo can be easily configured to merge feature branches to master on every commit that have a successful build, but that won't consider any code review. More details about the plan branch merging strategy can be found here: Using plan branches - Atlassian Documentation (at Automatic branch merging section).

I was thinking on a possible approach using a cron job to check Crucible reviews through REST API and trigger a Bamboo build, but I think that deciding what build to trigger via this approach would be another challenge.

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