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How to fetch all the fields available in Bamboo using rest api



We have a requirement to migrate Bamboo to Azure DevOps. For that we need the list of Fields available in Bamboo. Is there a rest api to achieve it. To be more exact, is there a  way to fetch the plan configuration details using api.


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Steffen Opel _Utoolity_
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Sep 30, 2021

The Bamboo REST APIs are neither well documented nor the easiest to work with (primarily XML etc.), but conceptually you can fetch the plan configuration via the /plan resource and its various sub-resources for an individual plan, e.g. /plan/{projectKey}-{buildKey} yields:

<plan expand="actions,stages,branches,variableContext" key="AAWS-APPS" name="Automation with AWS - Build add-ons" shortName="Build apps" shortKey="APPS" type="chain" enabled="true">
<projectName>Automation with AWS</projectName>
<project key="AAWS" name="Automation with AWS" description="">
<link href="" rel="self"/>
<buildName>Build apps</buildName>
<link href="" rel="self"/>
<actions start-index="0" max-result="7" size="7"/>
<stages start-index="0" max-result="2" size="2"/>
<branches start-index="0" max-result="12" size="12"/>
<variableContext size="8" max-results="8"/>

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