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How to run a bamboo plan using bamboo java specs

I have been trying to use bamboo java specs to run a bamboo plan, but I'm just able to create the plan not run it.

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Hey Bharath,

Yes, Bamboo Specs are for defining the Bamboo plan. To run the plan you can use the REST API. Find the documentation at the following link. Bamboo REST API

A Curl example to run the Plan $PROJECT_NAME-$PLAN_NAME would be.. as follows.

curl --user $BAMBOO_USER:$BAMBOO_PASS -X POST http://mybamboohost:8085/rest/api/latest/queue/$PROJECT_NAME-$PLAN_NAME

Let us know if this helps or if you have further questions.

thanks

Chris

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