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Trigger bamboo plan by JAVA API

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Hello,

I want to write a Bamboo Task (by JAVA API) which trigger another build plan by plan key.

I look at the bamboo JAVA doc and found

    PlanManager and PlanExecutionManager

In PlanExecutionManager there is a function called startManualExecution which trigger plan (manual trigger). But the function accepts argument called ImmutableChain and I really do no known how I can obtain ImmutableChain if I have Plan (obtained from PlanManager).

So, How can I create ImmutableChain from Plan (obtained by key from PlanManager)?

 

Thanks for any advise

John

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You can't do that from a task. Tasks are executed on the separate agent process, and they don't have the access to server resources.

But:

public interface ImmutableChain extends ImmutablePlan, Triggerable

So you should be able to cast Plan to ImmutableChain. And the default return of PlanManager.getPlanByKey(PlanKey key) is com.atlassian.bamboo.plan.cache.ImmutableChainImpl@23647b4e

Plan manager also has this function:

<T extends Plan> T getPlanByKeyIfOfType(@NotNull PlanKey planKey, @NotNull Class<T> planType)  

 

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