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How to transition a JIRA Issue after a failed/successful Bamboo build

Hi together,
is it possible to transit a JIRA Issue to a specific Workflow status after a successful or failed Bamboo Build ? 

The Bitbucket triggers work like a charm

  • Pull request created
  • Pull request merged
  • Pull request declined (Bitbucket only)
  • Pull request reopened (Bitbucket Server only)
  • Commit created
  • Branch created

https://confluence.atlassian.com/adminjiraserver070/configuring-workflow-triggers-749383267.html

But i can't find any information, how to trigger a JIRA Issue from Bamboo.

Thank you for feedback,
Oliver 

5 answers

Hi Oliver,

The info you're looking for can be found here:

https://confluence.atlassian.com/bamboocloud/integrating-builds-with-your-issues-workflow-737184352.html#Integratingbuildswithyourissuesworkflow-Integratingbuildtransitionsintoyourcustomworkflow

You'll have specific, Bamboo related workflow transition options in JIRA that will automatically cause transitions/resolutions based on pass/fail. 

 

Hope this helps!

Turner

This is a dead link now. Do you have the new one? 

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Hi @Carlen Benard,
unfortunately it doesn't worked. I wasn't able to move the issue after a successful / failed build.

Also the SmartCommits doesn't work.
My commit message "JAVA-2 #build another try" (transition name is "build") also doesn't moved to the issue into the build status.

I'm currently using

  • JIRA Software 7.0.10
  • Bamboo 5.9.4
  • Bitbucket Server 4.0.1

In the related issue (JAVA-2) i only can see the commits and the build result.

Thank you,
Oliver 

Hi Oliver,

If everything is configured as per the documentation provided and you're still not having any luck here please go ahead and raise a ticket at https://support.atlassian.com and include in your ticket that you've gone over the docs with no resolution. Please also attempt a build transition from JIRA then generate and attach a Bamboo Support Zip (Bamboo Administration >> System >> Atlassian Support Tools >> Support Zip >> Create) to this issue along with a JIRA support zip. Please also include screenshot of your workflow transition so we can verify the configuration.

Thanks!

Turner 

It should be possible to simple add a REST call to trigger a transition from Bamboo (curl or js). I use something similar to trigger a fork sync (merge) from bamboo when my master branch is updated and use commit triggers to fire the call. Can simply be called from a shell script at the end of a build job.

We have a similar problem and even after adding the following in the transition doesn't trigger the JIRA issue status. "build.passed.transition"

Update:

I just got a notification email from Atlassian team support that they doesn't support this feature in Bamboo server, it was supported in Bamboo cloud before they decided to end it.

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