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Where I can found WADL file for bamboo and crowd servers?

We are developing some automations with another tools that we have and we would help us a lot if we had the wadl files. In a second step we will convert them into a swagger files with swaggercli to finally use them on our project.

I already found some wadls searching in rest documentation(Jira, Confluence and Bitbucket) but I dont had luck at locate the wadl files for Bamboo and Crowd.

Can someone give me some tip where I can found these files?

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Steffen Opel _Utoolity_
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Oct 08, 2018

Most of Atlassian's Java based products are using Jersey under the hood, which provides WADL support out of the box under a well known runtime URL, e.g. for Bamboo and Crowd:

  • https://{{host}}/bamboo/rest/api/latest/application.wadl (still works, just tested)
  • https://{{host}}/crowd/rest/usermanagement/latest/application.wadl (not 100% sure about 'usermanagement' here though)

If the Crowd URL does not work, you can also find its WADL document here (linked from the Crowd REST API Reference):

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