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Running superproject for library pull request

Hi all,

 

I have bamboo build plan for library triggered when pull request is created. This build plan is used to do some automated checks for pull requests. I want to run some checks also in project, that uses this library as submodule so I need to pass branch of library (based on pull request) to dependend build plan.

IFAIK there is no possibility to pass variables to depenend plan on bamboo so I am looking for other solution. There are more libraries and one superproject so I need to share superproject buildplan between libraries. Is there a standard way how to solve this scenario? Thank you in andvance for any help.

Martin

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Foong Atlassian Team May 18, 2018

How about adding a Script task in library build plan to send a trigger command to superproject build plan like the following example?

curl -u <username>:<password> -X POST http://localhost:8085/rest/api/latest/queue/<projectKey>-<planKey>?bamboo.variable.<variableName>=<newVariableValue>

It can be used to set custom variable value too.

REST API

Thank you, this should solve it. I'll try it.

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