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Unable to export Bamboo Specs: Chain does not exist

I am unable to export a plan as bamboo Specs: 

Error Message:

Export to Bamboo Spec failed: Chain BHT-EAC does not exist.

what does this mean?

 

4 answers

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Elias Zeidan Atlassian Team Jan 11, 2018

Hi Torsten,

Thank you for your cooperation on the Support ticket. I wanted to provide a summary here in case other users may find it helpful.

We found that there was an Artifact Download Task that was still configured to find the artifact from build BHT_EAC. This is what caused the error.

To resolve it, we did the following:

  1. Go to the Plan configuration for EAC-EACLIB
  2. Check for any Artifact Download Task
  3. Check the source plan – do any of these list the name for BHT-EAC?
    • If so, select the new name of EAC-EACLIB
  4. Try the export to Specs again

Thanks again! If this was helpful, please "Accept" this solution by clicking on the green checkmark. 

If there is anything else we can assist with, please do not hesitate to reach out!

Cheers,

Elias Zeidan
Bamboo Support | Atlassian

Elias Zeidan Atlassian Team Jan 16, 2018

We also created a knowledge base article based off of this Question. It can be found here:

Thanks!

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rsperafico Atlassian Team Jan 03, 2018

Hello @Torsten_Stach,

What is the Bamboo version you are running?

Are you able to access BHT-EAC from Bamboo's UI, i.e. http://localhost:8085/browse/BHT-EAC

Are you requesting the export from Actions >> View plan as Bamboo Specs or manipulating export URL (http://localhost:8085/exportSpecs/plan.action?buildKey=BHT-EAC)

Kind regards,

Rafael

We are running Bamboo in version 6.2.2

The plan moved from BHT-EAC to EAC-EACLIB

my URL:

https://<bmbServer>/exportSpecs/plan.action?buildKey=EAC-EACLIB

if i call 

https://<bmbServer>/exportSpecs/plan.action?buildKey=BHT-EAC

the response is:

Export to Bamboo Spec failed: null

rsperafico Atlassian Team Jan 04, 2018

Hello @Torsten_Stach,

If plan BHT-EAC was moved to EAC-EACLIB, it means plan BHT-EAC no longer exists as you are no longer able to access http://localhost:8085/browse/BHT-EAC.

With that said, plan BHT-EAC cannot be exported using Bamboo Specs. Instead, you need to export the moved plan EAC-EACLIB

Kind regards,

Rafael

I got this error with BHT-EAC while calling 

https://<bmbServer>/exportSpecs/plan.action?buildKey=EAC-EACLIB

 

We have more than 300 build plans. 

This is the only one where the export has an error.

 

exportEACLIB.png

rsperafico Atlassian Team Jan 05, 2018

Hello @Torsten_Stach,

Thank you for your update.

Could you please raise a support case on https://support.atlassian.com so we can gather more information and resolve this issue for you?

Please, make sure of mentioning this inquire in Atlassian Community whilst raising the support case.

Kind regards,

Rafael

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