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Is there an alternative of .linkedRepositories() to give actual Repo path in Java Specs?

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I'm using "View plan as Java Specs" to generate Specs for my plan.

There, I'm getting .linkedRepositories() method which has my defined Repo.

I actually want to pass the path/credential of my Github repo in place of defined repository. 

 

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Hi @Parth Jeet

Currently (Bamboo 6.8 and older versions) it is not possible to create linked repositories from JAVA specs. What you can do is creating a plan repository.

You can see more details about this and some examples of code here: Bamboo Java Specs Reference - Repositories

If you want to generate a full code example for your instance on creating a GitHub plan repository, please try:

  1. Create a dummy plan
  2. Add it a GitHub repository as you which
  3. View plan as java specs to check the code

Please let me know if that helps.

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