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How do I get the build number used for a deployment release using REST API?

I am trying to use the Bamboo REST API to get the build number used for a specific deployment release. Using "/deploy/projectVersioning/{deploymentProjectId}/variables" returns the variables defined for the project but not the runtime variables for a specific version such as the build number. I thought using "/deploy/version/{deploymentVersionId}/status" would return the build number but it did not. Is there another API (or sequence of API calls) that can provide this information?

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Omar Herrera Community Leader Jan 04, 2019

Hi @Shaun Chung, you can try  {bamboo instance}/rest/api/latest/deploy/project/{deploymentProjectID}/versions

The result is a list of releases for the deployment proyect and each release is related to a build plankey.

Cheers,

Omar H.

Thanks for the suggestion but when I try that, all that is returned is an array of version information that does not contain anything about the build plan (other than the branch name). I would like to get the build result number the release is related to. Here is what I get back for each version:

{
"id": 28344360,
"name": "1.0.121",
"creationDate": 1543871749566,
"items": [],
"operations": {
"canView": false,
"canEdit": false,
"canDelete": false,
"allowedToExecute": false,
"canExecute": false,
"allowedToCreateVersion": false,
"allowedToSetVersionStatus": false
},
"planBranchName": "release/Sprint15",
"ageZeroPoint": 1543871749847
},

Should I be seeing something in the items array? I am running Bamboo 6.5.1 if that makes a difference. Ultimately I am looking to programmatically  get the same commit and issue information that is displayed on the release screen.

Omar Herrera Community Leader Jan 04, 2019

@Shaun Chung I understood your question, I had the same needs and I implemented a workaround, on the build pland I created an artifact (.txt file) with general build information and with this item (artifact) the rest end point above, show the items array in this array I get build result key that I needed.

I hope that can help you

 

"items":[

{
"id":14647303,
"name":"buildVariables",
"planResultKey":{
"key":"OM-EO2-2",
"entityKey":{
"key":"OM-EO2"
},
"resultNumber":2
},
"type":"BAM_ARTIFACT",
"label":"buildVariables",
"location":"",
"copyPattern":"**/buildvariables.txt",
"size":290,
"artifact":{
"id":13893675,
"label":"buildVariables",
"size":290,
"isSharedArtifact":true,
"isGloballyStored":true,
"linkType":"com.atlassian.bamboo.plugin.artifact.handler.remote:BambooRemoteArtifactHandler",
"planResultKey":{
"key":"OM-EO2-2",
"entityKey":{
"key":"OM-EO2"
},
"resultNumber":2
},
"archiverType":"NONE"
}
}
]

Thanks for the workaround. I'll try using it. We use Artifactory to store our artifacts so nothing is shared between the builds and deploys that is why I never saw anything in items. It seems strange that the data would only be in the artifact info and not part of the release/version information.

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