On Repository Naming Rule in Bamboo 3.4.x

I want to discern multiple repositories in a Plan.

A ResultsSummary has multiple List<RepositoryChangeset> accordingly to the repositories in a Plan.

To know which RepositoryChangeset is related to which repository, I guess repositoryChangeset.getRepositoryDefinition().getName() is the only way.

It returns like 'Subversion Web', 'Subversion Repository' and so on.

When the repository is Subversion, the repository name becomes 'Subversion' + ' ' + '[Repository Root Path Name with the first letter upper-cased]'.

Is this right?

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Hmm, how about RepositoryChangeset.getRepositoryDefinition().getId() and use it to get the repository using

PlanHeleper.getRepositoryDefinitionMap() ? You'll get a RepoDef and you can call getRepository on it.

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The repositories can be renamed, so you shouldn't rely on naming. If you want to identify a repository, you should use getId instead of getName.

Sorry for my some misunderstandins.

I want to know which RepositoryChangeset obtained by ResultsSummary#getRepositoryChangesets()

is related to which Repository obtained by PlanHelper.getRepositories(getPlan()).

The repositoryChangeset.getRepositoryDefinition().getId() is good, but on the other hand SvnRepository seems not to have getId().

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