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Is there a way to configure the server to send out a msg if a jar is not available for the build?

Steven Keck February 28, 2023

Obviously, you could just let the build fail and then the developer can look at those  error messages and determine what jar is not available in Nexus  But what if you want to preempt that. Say scan the pom and discover it is looking for a jar you don't want in your Nexus instance. Thus allowing you to send a message via that agent to the code owner indicating they need to upgrade, remove, whatever that jar from their project.

I know you can probably add a step to the agents to do this first,  but what if you have 1,500 agents running? Is there an easier way to do this without requiring each agent to add it to their  pipeline?

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Eduardo Alvarenga
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February 28, 2023

Hello @Steven Keck,

Welcome to Atlassian Community!

Troubleshooting the build is up to each development team's discretion. Bamboo can't preempt or make decisions based on particular build constraints.

In Bamboo, you can add a notification to each Plan that will notify the recipients about specific events, including failed builds. The notification templates can be customised.

Thank you,

Eduardo Alvarenga
Atlassian Support APAC

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Steven Keck March 23, 2023

Which template would your commend I modify to guarantee that the plan's owners are notified if the build failed because of a jar not in the repo?

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