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Where would I find the project keys and the plan keys?

Hello - I'm trying to add a plan to my project that uses the "trigger condition" of "Only run Build if other Plans are currently passing" which requires the Plan Keys of my other plans. I'm not finding the Plan Keys listed anywhere - can someone suggest where to look, please?

Thanks!

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How is it possible that you (atlassian) base the setup of functionality on keys that you do NOT show anywhere, and that the user are supposed to MANUALLY provide! Wow!

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PiotrA Rising Star Jan 08, 2013

Hello di33,

If you know which the plans of which you want to obtain plan key, then you could 'extract' the plan key from your web browser address. Just go to one of your desired plan's result pages, and check your web browser address bar, for example:

http://my.bamboo.com:8085/bamboo/browse/BAM-FC-8882

The BAM part is the [Project Key], the FC part is the [Plan Key]

Does it make sense? :)

Perfect - thanks!

where can I find build key, build number using rest API and ul

Please atlassian.. fix your trigger screen. No point in asking for a comma delimited list of keys but not displaying the keys anywhere. STash displays the keys, why not bamboo?

It would be useful to simply add components on the trigger screen to select the plans you want instead of forcing a comma delimited plan key string. Lazy implementation that.

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I don't know which version of Bamboo you're using, but maybe you should use com.atlassian.bamboo.plan.cache.CachedPlanManager#getPlans and get the keys from the returned collection?

I'm using 4.1.2, and perhaps I should mention that I'm not a programmer - I'm guessing the suggestion here might be outside of my sphere. I was looking for an answer that I could execute from the Bamboo UI, or by peeking in the database (peeking at tmp files works for now!).

Have a look at the BUILD table then.

In the /tmp directory on the server there are a bunch of files that get created that are named [Project Key]-[Plan Key], and fortunately I've got a small instance so I could figure out from that the Plan Key I needed for the trigger condition. Also (mentioned in another question), even though it says it wants the Plan Key, the trigger condition needs the same info ([Project Key]-[Plan Key]).

I found the Project Keys in the db, in the PROJECTS table. Now for those elusive Plan Keys...

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