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Mix bamboo specs and 'click' configuration

Hello dear community

 

Mainly because I do not know (see title) how the 'other' is named, I can not find any hints on 

Can one  mix bamboo specs and the 'normal'  UI-based clicky-clony way?

Any pointer to a reference is appreciated.

What we basically have is mono repo and a 'click'-configured bamboo server with hundreds of jobs. All of them are, as said, configured by clicking.

As cloning etc. becomes more and more a hustle we want to try Bamboo Specs. The problem is, are these two kinds "mixable"?

Lets say there is a repo like this:

[parent]

- child 1 // built with click interface

- child 2 // built with Bamboo Specs

 

Is that possible?

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Hi @m4mbax ,

If you want to use Bamboo Specs to clone configuration (Project, Plan, ...) then you could Export existing plans to Bamboo Specs. Once you have that, follow the Tutorial: Create a simple plan with Bamboo Java Specs replacing the PlanSpec.java content with the one you have exported from Bamboo.

Do the necessary changes to created another Project, Plan, ... based on your needs. Latest Bamboo Specs reference available on https://docs.atlassian.com/bamboo-specs-docs/6.9.2/. Search for your Bamboo version in one of the following:

For more information about Bamboo Specs, please refer to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mU4-7foED3I - Configuration as Code in Bamboo - Atlassian Summit Europe 2017

Kind regards,
Rafael

Hey @Rafael Pinto Sperafico 

 

Thanks for the answer. The question is still: Can one mix them?

 

Thanks for a reply

Hi @m4mbax ,

The mix can be accomplished by following the information already mentioned. Alternatively, you could make use of Bamboo SDK and create a plugin based on its API and your necessity.

Kind regards,
Rafael

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