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Getting commit message of commit that triggered my bamboo build job.

Hey dear community,


I have a build plan, that is triggered by a new commit from repository A (it's set up using a 'Bitbucket Server repository trigger'). The plan does a source code checkout on ANOTHER linked repository B and conducts multiple update tasks.

However, I only want the plan to run if the commit that was done to repository A and triggered the build was done by a certain user. So far I tried to access this information through the $bamboo.planRepository variables but these refer to repository B where the build is running and not to repository A from where the build was triggered.

Any ideas on this?


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