So if I have a test plan running on bamboo and I want to get the status of the build pushed to github every-time I commit and push to the remote branch. Is there a way to do that?
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Hello @Dunia Alrabadi
You may use the REST API with the endpoint /result. The URL you would use looks more or less like this (remember to substitute the <variables> :))
http://<Your Bamboo URL>/rest/api/latest/result/<projectKey>-<buildKey>-latest
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If you run the REST call from inside the build, it will be reported as "In progress". I have some alternatives to this option:
I like that last idea. If I make a variable within the bamboo plan, do different tasks have access to them?
for example if I make a variable STATE = False
if the build gets to the last not final task then i will set the STATE to TRUE. However if it doesn't then in the final task it will see that it is false and push to get hub. Can I do that? Meaning reading and writing a variable within different tasks?
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