My bamboo server is wrapped up inside our internal network. I could expose it, but before I do so are webhooks required for bamboo-specs to work? Is there some way that the conventional polling method bamboo usually uses could not be employed?
One of the blockers we're facing is that even with exposing our Bamboo server to external network and obviously securing it properly, webhooks still don't work because they require that Anonymous access is enabled on the Bamboo server - which we have obviously disabled for security reasons.
You do not need a permission to trigger a scan. All you need to do is to use the appropriate REST API to trigger specs scanning.
For Eg: You can use a curl URL like below to trigger a scan as the destination for the webhook so that Bamboo knows about new commits:
curl -X POST -H "Content-Type: application/json" http://BambooHostURL:8085/rest/api/latest/repository/scan?repositoryId=123456
Hope that clarifies.
Hi @Jeyanthan I
We have upgraded to Bamboo 6.7.1 and enabled the configuration in Bamboo Administration -> Security -> [x] Allow anonymous users to trigger remote repository change detection and Bamboo Specs detection
How exactly does it work?
We have specifically disabled anonymous access in Bamboo and that needs to stay disabled.
Do we need to give anonymous users access to our build plans? Currently only logged in users or specific groups have access to build plans. Anonymous users don't have access to anything.
When I run
curl -X POST -k -H "Content-Tye: application/json" -i https://<bamboo_server_url>/rest/api/latest/repository/scan?repositoryId=30539782
... it returns HTTP/1.1 204
But when I go to the related Linked Repository settings -> Spec status
... it shows "Never scanned". There is a "Scan" button so I could scan the repo manually, but obviously we can't do that and it has to be triggered by webhooks.
it returns HTTP/1.1 204
The request does not have any return message by default.
it shows "Never scanned". There is a "Scan" button so I could scan the repo manually, but obviously we can't do that and it has to be triggered by webhooks.
Try reloading the page before clicking on the "Spec status" tab.
This webhook only works with new commit or changes to Bamboo Specs. Is there any new commit to the Bamboo Specs file?
I am facing the same problem. Even though there are new commits in the bamboo specs, in specs status it is showing never scanned.
I have created the webhook which has the url to trigger the scan bamboo specs for the repository.
Can someone please help why this is happening ?
Thanks for clarifying. The latest version definitely has enhanced features and bug fixes. For now, your atlassian-bamboo.log should hint you the reason for trigger failure.
You may also use this java property to add verbose output to your log:
"-Dbamboo.specs.log.level=DEBUG" in <Bamboo-install>/bin/setenv.sh under JVM_SUPPORT_RECOMMENDED_ARGS.
You would need to restart Bamboo to apply the setting.
Hope that helps.
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