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do you have any idea on how to capture the JIRA Issue IDs that gets linked in a bamboo build number?

do you have any idea on how to capture the JIRA Issue IDs that gets linked in a bamboo build number?

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robhit Atlassian Team Nov 10, 2017

I am not quite sure what is the requirement here, could you please rephrase your question with an example?

For each build jira issues has been attached and it will be display in issues tab on the bamboo builds we want to capture those jira I'd and tasks in text or csv file is this possible

robhit Atlassian Team Nov 13, 2017

refer bamboo REST API doc - https://docs.atlassian.com/bamboo/REST/5.5.0/#d2e757

 

/plan/{projectKey}-{buildKey}/issue/{issueKey}

Thanks Rob hit I am able to see the jira as issue key and jira summary is there any way to download those two values alone if that is done we are good could you please help us

robhit Atlassian Team Nov 21, 2017

How about using below REST API:

curl -X GET --user username:password -H 'X-Atlassian-Token: no-check' "http://localhost:8085/rest/api/latest/result/PF-AT-16?expand=jiraIssues"

Where "PF-AT-16" is the plan key and build number.

The above will give you the Jira issues linked to the build number.

Mind that HTTP basic authentication with username and password has been deprecated. You should use a personal access token as a Bearer credential in an HTTP Authorisation header.

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