Unfortunately, Atlassian has decided that anything like findbugs or code coverage or PMD or whatever are relegated to third-party-plugin status. I think they should be core features, but whatever.
Anyway, Atlassian won't do anything about it. You have to bug the original developer to update it. Unfortunately somewhere around 5.0 or 5.1 the whole api changed, so most plugin developers won't upgrade the plugin until they upgrade bamboo.
I've been trying to fight it, but the fact is that Bamboo is not a good solution if you want to track quality metrics. It's good at paralellizing things and looking pretty for the managers, but doesn't have stuff devs care about.
I have tried installing both the 'FindBugs for Bamboo' plugin found on the marketplace (Available for Bamboo 5.0 - 5.0.1 - Unsupported), and the version from the Atlassian Bitbucket repo (https://bitbucket.org/atlassian/bamboo-findbugs-plugin/overview) - after fiddling a bit with the setup and skipping the failing tests. The instalation process completes successfully, but upon trying to access the FindBugs tab, i end up getting the attached stacktrace (on both versions).
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