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How to use updateRepository in bamboo cli

JongBum Lee Aug 15, 2017

Dear All

I would like to change the Repository dynamically at build time.

So, we are considering the introduction of bamboo cli.

However, when executing the updateRepository command, the following error occurs.

Client Error

Client error: Request failed on the server with response code 500. Make sure all
 required fields have been provided using the various field and value parameters
. The server log may provide insight into missing fields.


Server Log

Java.lang.NullPointerException
At com.atlassian.bamboo.ww2.actions.build.admin.config.repository.ConfigureRepository.isDerivedFromLinkedRepository (ConfigureRepository.java:265)
At com.atlassian.bamboo.ww2.actions.build.admin.config.repository.EditRepository.lambda $ prepareHtml $ 0 (EditRepository.java:136)
At com.atlassian.bamboo.variable.CustomVariableContextImpl.withVariableSubstitutor (CustomVariableContextImpl.java:236)
At com.atlassian.bamboo.ww2.actions.build.admin.config.repository.EditRepository.prepareHtml (EditRepository.java:133)
At com.atlassian.bamboo.ww2.actions.build.admin.config.repository.EditRepository.prepare (EditRepository.java:41)

The command I sent was:

bamboo --action updateRepository --plan "MY PLAN KEY" --id "MY STAGE ID" --name "GLOBAL REPOSITORY NAME" --fields "planRepository.repositoryUrl:'http://MYSVNPATH'" --user "USERID --password "PASSWORD" --server "http://MYBAMBOOURL"

 

What value should I enter for NAME, FIELDS? I am using SVN.

Help me please.

 

Thank you.

Best Regards.

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