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Is there an environment variable for the username of the Subversion commit that triggers a job.

We have looked through available online documentation and do not see a variable shown there that looks like it would contain who the committer is that would trigger a job.


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Minh Tran
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Jan 17, 2020

@Steve Holzer I believe there is no such thing like that in Bamboo.

This belongs to the logic of the job / task that we can easily achieve via this command

svn info --show-item last-changed-author

I hope this helps 

@Minh TranThis was confirmed by PS team. Thanks for you reply. The data is not stored on Server side in a variable. So the script would need to obtain this information as you have suggested.

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