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Posting JSON payload to Bamboo queue service

Hi all.

I have a service X which - upon completion - could fire a webhook URL, thereby posting a JSON payload.

I would like to maintain the queue service REST URL (with a specific build key) as webhook and do something with the provided payload in the triggered build.

Thanks to this thread, I am aware of how one could send specific values to defined variables in the build, similar to e.g.

curl -X POST --user my-api-user:my-api-password --data 'bamboo.some_variable=some_value' ''

but can I also access the raw JSON somehow, e.g.

curl -X POST --user my-api-user:my-api-password --data '{"service_result":"bla"}' ''

The documentation says "No POST data required", but what if it's provided nonetheless? Is it ignored, or somehow accessible?

Thanks for any insight,


1 answer

As far as I know there is no way to pass and access a JSON payload.

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