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How to assign a responsible user for a build with Bamboo's Java API

Michael T. August 8, 2017


I want to use the class to programatically assign a responsible user for a build with Bamboo's Java API:

TrackingEntry trackingEntry = trackingEntryManager.getTrackingEntryByResultId(taskContext.getBuildContext().getEntityId());
trackingEntryManager.addUser(trackingEntry, "admin", null);
eventPublisher.publish(new UserRespAddedEvent(this, taskContext.getBuildContext().getPlanResultKey(), "admin", null, trackingEntry));

Unfortunately, all my attemtpts to inject the TrackingEntryManager failed so far. I tried it with constructor injection and using a corresponding component-import in my atlassian-plugin.xml

class MyClass {
TrackingEntryManager trackingEntryManager;

MyClass(TrackingEntryManager trackingEntryManager) {
this.trackingEntryManager = trackingEntryManager;

as well as with accessing it directly from ContainerManager:

TrackingEntryManager trackingEntryManager = (TrackingEntryManager) ContainerManager.getComponent("trackingEntryManager");

 Both attempts failed:

org.springframework.beans.factory.NoSuchBeanDefinitionException: No bean named 'trackingEntryManager' is defined

Any ideas how to use this class?

Thanks in advance,


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Robert Giddings [Adaptavist]
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July 19, 2018

Hi @Michael T.

Did you have any luck resolving this? As I am also trying to gain access to TrackingEntryManager.



Michael T. July 23, 2018

Hi @Robert Giddings [Adaptavist]

Unfortunately, not. Still looking for a solution :-)

Best regards,

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