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Create release via API via powershell

I am trying to achieve similar result as in

My Bamboo version is 6.9.2 build 60911.
Here is the code:

First, I am getting all deployment environments attached to build plan via request:

Invoke-WebRequest -uri $($baseUrl + "/rest/api/latest/deploy/project/forPlan?planKey=$buildPlanKey") -Headers $authHeader -UseBasicParsing -ErrorAction Stop -Verbose;

Then, I select my deployment project id out of results to variable $deploymentId and check, if there is a release with my name present

Invoke-WebRequest -uri $($baseUrl + "/rest/api/latest/deploy/project/$deploymentId/versions") -Headers $authHeader -UseBasicParsing -ErrorAction Stop -Verbose;

If release with my name is not present - I wish to create it with following code

        $releaseData = @{            
planResultKey = $buildPlanKey            
name          = $BambooReleaseName        

$json = $releaseData | ConvertTo-Json;

try {            
Invoke-RestMethod -Method Post -Body $json -Uri $($url + "/rest/api/latest/deploy/project/$deploymentId/version.json") -Headers $headers -ContentType "application/json" -Verbose;        
$result = $_.Exception.Response.GetResponseStream();
$reader = New-Object System.IO.StreamReader($result);
$reader.BaseStream.Position = 0;

But, at the end I get this:

{"errors":["Please provide a valid plan key"],"fieldErrors":{}}

However, as you can see by previous code - I am using valid plan key to retrieve deployment project. Why this error pops up? What am I doing wrong?


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I found the reason - in json 

$releaseData = @{            
planResultKey = $buildPlanKey            
name          = $BambooReleaseName        

I need to pass valid build result, not build plan

So it should be 

$releaseData = @{            
planResultKey = ${bamboo.buildResultKey}            
name          = $BambooReleaseName        

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