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How do I register an event listener in Bamboo?

Hi, 

I am on Bamboo 6.1.1 version running locally with atlassian SDK. I would like to create an event listener. How do I proceed with this? 

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Added 

<bambooEventListener key="jobCompleteListener"
 class="com.vmware.bamboo.plugin.listener.JobCompleteListener"/>

in the atlassian-plugin.xml. That fixed the problem. Thanks for your input guys.  

There're two options available:

add to atlassian-plugin.xml

<bambooEventListener key="environmentDependencyListener" 
class="com.test.MyListener"/>
public class MyListener {
@EventListener
public void onChainCompleted(final ChainCompletedEvent event) {
System.out.println("chain complete ");
}
}

It's also possible that your class can register itself

private final EventPublisher eventPublisher;

@PostConstruct
private void postConstruct() {
eventPublisher.register(this);
}

@PreDestroy
private void preDestroy() {
eventPublisher.unregister(this);
}

@EventListener
public void onChainRemoved(@NotNull ChainDeletedEvent chainDeletedEvent) {
System.out.println(chainDeletedEvent.getPlanKey());
}

 

 

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Jeyanthan I Atlassian Team Sep 13, 2017

Hi Kaushik,

I hope this Developer documentation helps you to create a sample event listener. With this, you can  extend a BuildEvent or a BuildResultEventThis page has an example of a very basic notification listener.

Hope that helps!

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