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Need to add script task through api

Can anyone help me with the api (post )for adding task (Script task) to deployment plan 

I am trying to add it through bash script and also through java 

Any leads will be helpful

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Hi @Akshara Prasad,

I wish it was that simple and I could just provide you with a REST API endpoint for this.

Bamboo provides a way to add and remove tasks from deployments but only if your deployment is configured through specs. There is know public REST API endpoint only to add tasks.

If you don't know specs, I suggest you start with this document:

And run some tests with:

In Java specs the code part to create a script task in a deployment environment would be something like:

.environments(new Environment("MyEnvironment")
.tasks(new ScriptTask()
.description("My script task")
.inlineBody("echo \"Hello World\"")));

I hope that helps.

Thanks Daniel..will try with this

Like Daniel Santos likes this

You are welcome! =]

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