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What is 'id' in bamboo build result response json

I did a get request to get the build result. In the response json, there is 'id'. What's that value for?


GET request:

I have marked the id in Bold. 



"master": {
"shortName": "Integration Tests",
"shortKey": "CIT",
"type": "chain",
"enabled": true,
"link": {
"href": "",
"rel": "self"
"key": "ACP-CIT",
"name": "Integration Tests",
"planKey": {
"key": "ACP-CIT"
"buildResultKey": "ACP-CIT7506-1",
"lifeCycleState": "Finished",
"id": 493805106,
"key": "ACP-CIT7506-1",
"planResultKey": {
"key": "ACP-CIT7506-1",
"entityKey": {
"key": "ACP-CIT7506"
"resultNumber": 1
"state": "Failed",
"buildState": "Failed",
"number": 1,
"buildNumber": 1


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Jeremy Owen Atlassian Team Aug 07, 2018

It's the buildresultsummary_id (PK) of the build result row from the table BUILDRESULTSUMMARY in the Bamboo database.

It's really only useful for those who want to explore the underlying data since other REST API operations take the build result key as opposed to ID.



Hope this helps. :) 

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