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Users are not able to find their plans as "child plans" in plan's dependencies

Scenario:

1 users is an owner and admin of multiple plans within a single project (in which is an admin too). 

2.  He goes to plan configuration -> Dependencies -? child plan

 

Here is the problem,

he can only see some random build plans, not his own. Not able to add his own plan. When I (bamboo admin) add his plan manually, he can see this link and then this repository on the list). But still not able to add it himself. He have rights to create and run plans too. Gave him all permissions, except bamboo admin, still no luck.

 

What I'm missing here? Some special permission? Bamboo server 6.71

1 answer

Hi @CMIT SRE TOOLS ,

Taking the following scenario into consideration:

  • Project (PROJ) , Plan (FOO)
  • Project (PROJ) , Plan (BAR)

If you want to add a Dependency >> Child plan in FOO, the user setting up the configuration must have build permissions over BAR.

Here is the REST API call Bamboo uses to get a list of "Project - Plan" a user can build.

# http://localhost:8085/bamboo is Bamboo's base url in this example
# replace this value with your Bamboo's base url

http://localhost:8085/bamboo/rest/api/latest/search/plans?fuzzy=true&permission=BUILD&searchTerm= 

You could ask this user to hit the URL above from a web browser after logging in to Bamboo.

Kind regards,
Rafael

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